Living with FND can very quickly turn your life upside down. Mobility issues, fatigue, physical pain, tremors, memory loss and confusion can make you feel like you are losing your grip on reality, but remember that you are not losing your mind and you are not alone. FND is a real condition which causes debilitating symptoms.
It is important to speak to a specialist who understands the disorder and the impact it can have on your life and your relationships.
At Brian Barr Solicitors, we provide more than just FND legal help; we offer a supportive partnership to help alleviate the burdens of living with FND. For expert legal advice and a compassionate approach to your case, reach out to us today. With Brian Barr Solicitors, secure your justice and regain control over your life.
When it comes to neurological disorders, Brian Barr are experts. FND can be a debilitating illness caused by psychological trauma and / or physical trauma and affects people differently. If you have FND as a result of someone else’s negligence, then you are entitled to claim for compensation to help you on your road to recovery.
Functional neurological disorder (FND) is a complex medical condition where there is a problem with the functioning of the nervous system and how the brain and body send and receive signals. The symptoms often appear suddenly and progress rapidly and can include limb weakness, paralysis, seizures, walking difficulties, spasms, twitching, sensory issues and more.
Navigating life with FND can be challenging, even more so if the condition has been triggered by an accident or trauma that was not your fault. If this resonates with your situation, our specialist solicitors are ready to fight for you, to help you claim the compensation you deserve.
Our dedicated team has extensive experience in FND cases, ensuring that you receive the most comprehensive FND legal help available.
As FND specialists, Brian Barr Solicitors work closely with FND Dimensions, a charity that aims to create a safe environment where those diagnosed with FND can come together, for mutual support without the fear of being judged because of their symptoms. The charity gives people the opportunity to share their experiences and knowledge and ask questions of each other, and also supports their family and carers so that the isolation of FND can be broken. Find out more at: https://fnddimensions.org
At Brian Barr Solicitors we understand that neurological conditions affect people differently. Females may be more likely than males to develop FND and the risk of developing FND increases if you have another neurological condition.
FND can happen for a wide variety of reasons. If you have been diagnosed with FND following an accident or trauma that was not your fault, our specialist solicitors are here to help you claim compensation for your pain and suffering.
If you are looking to claim compensation for a brain injury or neurological condition, you will firstly need to be able to prove that the condition was caused by another’s negligence.
The compensation for FND can vary depending on the severity of the disorder and the impact it has had on both your working capabilities and your needs for care. As part of your claim, medical experts will be instructed to provide their professional opinion on the effect the accident has had and how that may progress in the future.
Our team are caring, compassionate and always take the time to understand your unique situation. We will tailor how we work accordingly. We know that FND can affect your concentration and cognitive behaviour and can flare up for no apparent reason, and this may mean taking the time to explain things differently, conducting meetings in person or online to suit you. We understand that FND can mean you might suddenly have to cancel with short notice. We have a dedicated team who are passionate about helping our clients in a caring, understanding, and professional manner. We pride ourselves in providing expert support and advice in your time of need and securing the compensation you deserve.
FND is a real condition which causes debilitating symptoms. The symptoms of FND may fluctuate, or be there constantly, and specialist recognise the following clinical features as typical of FND:
There are other symptoms or conditions that are commonly associated with FND. These include:
Symptoms of functional neurologic disorder may appear suddenly after a stressful event, or with emotional or physical trauma. At Brian Barr Solicitors, we have helped clients successfully claim compensation for their trauma induced FND. Every one of our clients is different and have their own unique set of circumstances.
FND can be life changing for both you and your family and you will need this compensation to help you on your road to recovery. Due to our renowned understanding of FND, clients have moved to Brian Barr Solicitors to help with their claim. Our solicitors regularly achieve six figure sums of compensation for our clients.
When seeking compensation, we will look at your individual situation and the support you may require in your future. We will consider current and future loss of earnings, rehabilitation and treatment costs, home and lifestyle adaptations required, as well as compensation for the pain and suffering caused by FND.
There are no quick fixes, but do not be disheartened. The brain can be retrained and there are various treatments available that can manage and even improve FND symptoms such as:
Rehabilitation can be a long journey due to the variety of symptoms the disorder encompasses.
Moving to Brian Barr Solicitors is easy and hassle free. Are your current solicitors a specialist firm whose expertise is chronic conditions negligence litigation? If not then your claim could be misunderstood and undervalued.
In any accident or insurance claim, transferring your claim from your current solicitor to Brian Barr’s expert FND Solicitors is easy and hassle-free. You are under no obligation to stay with your current solicitor and are entitled to switch your solicitors for whatever reason you wish.
If you are unhappy with their service or feel that you are not going to get the compensation that you deserve, you can consider a different law firm to support your Functional Neurological Disorder claim.