Cerebral Haemorrhagic Contusion – What is it?

A Cerebral haemorrhagic contusion is a form of brain haemorrhage and commonly occurs after significant head injury. They are often referred to as ‘intracerebral haemorrhage’.  A haemorrhage is usually identified from a CT scan. In addition, MRI scans may also be used to identify further bruising especially at the base of the skull. A CT…


Brain Injury Victim Receives Settlement in 2 months through PHC Law

A man who suffered a minor brain injury in an unprovoked attack has received compensation with the help of PHC Law personal injury solicitors. The man turned to PHC Law’s criminal injury law specialists for legal advice after he was attacked in October 2012. The Applicant was sat on a bench waiting to meet some…