Personal Injury Support Groups
The personal injury service at Hodge Jones & Allen is so much more than just helping you with your personal injury claim. We work alongside various nationwide charities and community networks to offer holistic support to people who have had their lives turned upside down by an injury.
Our personal injury lawyers aren’t solely focused on getting you the compensation you deserve. Beyond that, we understand you may need to make practical changes to accommodate for your injury.
We currently actively support and work with organisations that provide case worker support including the Child Brain Injury Trust, Sudden Bereavement Helpline and Brake, the road safety charity.
“Hodge Jones & Allen is a well known and popular claimant law firm, with a reputation for taking on complex cases that require excellent legal knowledge and courage.” – Legal 500, 2023
Our Personal Injury team has been ranked in the Chambers & Partners 2023 legal directory. The team was described as “highly consistent and attentive” and were praised for providing “well-thought-through advice” our clients “could trust”.
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Support services we offer
We can offer a number of different support services to help enhance your quality of life after an injury. We use our expertise and contacts to work with local charities and support services to facilitate an easier change in your life. These include assistance with:
We can help you start your rehabilitation treatment and begin the recovery process as quickly as possible after an injury.
Let us help to find you the right level of care and support so that you and your family can continue your life feeling happy and supported.
Our experts can give extra support and advice around how to claim government benefits.
Whether you need to look at temporary accommodation while you recover, or something more permanent, like a care home, we can help support you and your family with finding a place that’s right.
We can help you with sourcing suppliers to make changes to your home, whether that’s getting a stairlift, adding accessible handrails, or making larger renovations.
Getting around after an injury might be more difficult so we can help you to source alternative methods of transport to keep your life moving forward.
Our support services extend to helping you find the right equipment you need to make daily life easier after injury.
Child Brain Injury Trust (CBIT)
CBIT supports families with children who have suffered a brain injury. We are a proud legal partner and part of the amazing regional network established by the Trust. The network ensures that children, young people and families get the right legal support as soon as possible. This includes assisting with pursuing a claim for welfare benefits or compensation through to understanding what your employment rights are if you need to take time off to care for your child.
The Child Brain Injury Trust provide a wide range of events and support which our team are delighted to join in with fundraising activities throughout the year.
Riffat Yaqub, partner and Brain Injury Solicitor works closely with the CBIT team and their support case workers and is available for an initial confidential discussion regarding your child’s case. For further information regarding child brain injury claims visit our dedicated brain injury page.
At Brake, the road safety charity they want a world “where everyone is free to move in a safe and healthy way, every day”. They work to stop deaths and injuries, to support people who have been affected by road crashes and campaign for safe and healthy mobility for us all.
The road traffic solicitors at Hodge Jones & Allen are committed to supporting Police Family Liaison Officers and Co-ordinators who provide outstanding support work for road crash victims.
Hodge Jones and Allen are proud sponsors of Brake’s annual Family Liaison Officer awards.
Our road traffic accident solicitors help hundreds of people each year, injured by someone else’s negligence on our highways
In this episode of The London Legal Podcast, Leticia Williams and Riffat Yaqub of our Personal Injury team talk with Helen Fairweather, Chief Executive of brain injury charity, Headway Suffolk.
They discuss what Headway Suffolk can offer individuals who have suffered a traumatic brain injury, the importance of legal support, new projects and the challenges the charity is facing in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.