At Burnetts we recognise the effects that vestibular injuries can have on individuals. Vestibular injuries can often result from a head or whiplash type injury causing damage to the inner ear and leading to debilitating problems with vertigo, nausea, dizziness and balance.
We have supported many adults and children who have sustained vestibular injuries as a result of road traffic collisions, accidents at work and assaults. We have supported them to make personal injury claims and recover compensation often in the form of interim payments to fund ongoing rehabilitation, treatment and support whilst the legal claim is ongoing.
We are therefore proud to be able to offer a free webinar alongside some leading rehabilitation experts in this field. The webinar will be from 12pm to 2pm on Friday 25th September 2020 when we will have the following fantastic speakers:
Welcome and introduction to vestibular claims by Paul Brown- Associate Serious Injury Solicitor Burnetts MNSI Team
Clare Bates - Vestibular Audiologist at NE1 Hear? and CB Hearing and Balance
Lisa Robinson - Consultant Allied Health Professional Major Trauma Rehabilitation at Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Newcastle University
Gail Archer - Clinical Lead Occupational Therapist and Clinical Innovations Lead at Neural Pathways UK Ltd.
This seminar is aimed at health and social care professionals working in Brain Injury and ENT Services.
For further information or to reserve your place please contact Caitlin Reed on 0191 907 4693 or e-mail email@example.com
How Burnetts Can help
Due to our expertise within the MNSI team at Burnetts we are accredited by both Headway UK and the UK Acquired Brain Injury Forum. We are proud to be the only legal firm with offices across Cumbria to be accredited by both Headway and UK Acquired Brain Injury Forum.
Our specialist Medical Negligence and Serious Injury team works collaboratively alongside the very best and highly accredited experts and barristers in this field. Burnetts are committed to providing quality, accessible legal advice at a quick pace, whilst always ensuring client’s expectations and aims are met with a grounded, accessible, professional service.
If the claim is on behalf of a protected party then our Court of Protection team will also be on hand to assist with the administration of compensation and navigating you through the whole deputyship process.
If you would like to speak to someone within our MNSI team to discuss whether you may have a serious injury or medical negligence claim then please contact our offices on 01228 552222 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org . Please note that both telephone and video appointments can be arranged.