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  • At hospitals
  • At The Brain Charity's centre
  • By phone
  • By post
  • In the community
  • In your home
  • Online

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Expert legal advice you can trust

Unfortunately, people with neurological conditions are more likely to face life-limiting disabilities, often as a result of sudden injuries.

You and your family may need professional legal advice, support navigating legal pathways or assistance advocating for yourself in legal situations.

The Brain Charity works with a panel of trusted legal partners – Alderstone Solicitors, Coulthursts, Irwin Mitchell and Slater and Gordon – to ensure our clients have access to the highest-quality service possible. You are not required to work with any of our partner firms and are free to use any solicitor of your choice.

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Coulthurts The Brain Injury Lawyers logo
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Slater and Gordon Lawyers logo

To speak to our team, enter your details into the form below or email legal@thebraincharity.org.uk. You can also click the button below to view our legal leaflet.

Legal enquiry form

  • Please tell us about your legal issue.
    The Brain Charity may pass your contact details on to one of our legal partners listed above for them to provide you with further advice and guidance. Please be assured that you are not under any obligation to use one of our legal partners. Initial contact with them will not incur any fees or commence a legal process of any kind. Please tick the box above to confirm you consent to this. All submitted data is processed and stored by The Brain Charity in compliance with our Privacy Policy.

Power of Attorney and Court of Protection issues

Some of the most common legal questions that can affect people with neurological conditions and their families are around Power of Attorney and Court of Protection.

It can be distressing when a loved one is so unwell they are not able to manage their own financial affairs or make decisions for themselves.

The Brain Charity’s legal partners can guide you through this process, explaining how the system works and what needs to be done at each stage. 

Help with legal forms at The Brain Charity

Medical negligence

When we are ill or injured, it is the medical profession that we turn to for help. Most of us have the highest levels of trust in their judgement and expertise.

However, mistakes can, and sometimes do, happen. If you have suffered medical negligence due to the actions of someone in the medical profession, our panel may be able to help.

Serious injury

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a road traffic accident, criminal assault or accident at work, it is vital you seek out specialist legal support.

A trusted lawyer can help you make a claim for compensation and for any future rehabilitation costs. This can be a very complex area of the law and so it is important to seek out the right help and to get it in place as soon as possible.

Getting advice at The Brain Charity

All The Brain Charity’s legal partners offer a no-win no-fee service, and will support you and your family throughout the process.

The Brain Charity’s partners may also be able to help you in a variety of other areas, including wills and probate, cosmetic negligence and family law.

Our employment team can also advise you on your legal rights at work.