Spinal Injury Claims
The solicitors in our spinal injury claims team represent clients in complex cases arising from accidents or medical negligence, whether for an initial injury or a secondary complication such as pressure sore management.
What is a spinal injury?
A spinal cord injury can be caused by a trauma, such as an accident or medical mistake, or as a result of infection or disease. The damage to the spinal cord disrupts communication between the brain and the body. When this happens it can result in a total or partial loss of movement and sensation below the point where the spinal cord has been damaged. As well as the loss of movement and sensation a spinal cord injury can cause a loss of bladder and bowel control, changes in sexual function, extreme pain, and problems with regulating your breathing or blood pressure. Find out more about the effects of a spinal cord injury here.
Why choose Bolt Burdon Kemp?
- Spinal injury specialists
Not only does our team have over 30 years of experience working on spinal injury cases, our partner Raquel Siganporia has a unique understanding of living with a spinal cord injury having become paralysed in 1993.
- No Win, No Fee
If your spinal injury claim is not successful, you may not have to pay any legal fees under a ‘no win no fee’ agreement, as long as you keep to the terms of the agreement.
- Rehabilitation & support services
We work with various partner organisations to provide our clients with access to the best rehabilitation and support services at the earliest possible opportunity to maximise their recovery. We are proud to sponsor the SIA’s peer support officer in the South West, helping others adjust to their new circumstances.
- Coverage in England & Wales
We represent clients who have been injured in England and Wales. We can come and see you wherever you are in the country, and we can visit you at home or in hospital if that is more convenient to you.
- Highly recommended
The Legal 500 2019 guide says. :
“Raquel Siganporia is ‘tenacious, but utterly charming’ and has ‘incredible insights
into the more difficult spinal cases”.