Brian Barr Solicitors

Brian Barr Solicitors are a specialist firm of solicitors who represent claimants who have developed CRPS, fibromyalgia or chronic pain or who have suffered serious and catastrophic injuries as a result of another’s negligence.

They are committed to building strong relationships with our clients and providing them with access to the leading experts whose understanding of chronic pain and serious injury is second to none. They pride themselves in providing expert support and advice in your time of need and securing the compensation you deserve.

Brain Bar Solicitors

Do you need support with daily living tasks or getting around?

If you are struggling to manage daily activities at home, you may want to consider approaching your local council for an assessment under the Care Act.  You can find out information about what you can expect on the NHS UK social care and support page.


You may also wish to consider applying for Personal Independence Payment (PIP).  PIP is a benefit that is designed to help with the extra costs associated with having a long term health condition or impairment.   Many people find it difficult to understand how to fill in the PIP form, but there is a lot of information available on the turn2us website, to support you to make the claim.

Is there any guidance on ‘reasonable adjustments’?

This is a very complicated area of employment law, but there is a lot of information for disabled people, as well as guidance on reasonable adjustments for employers, on the Equality and Human Rights Commission website.


We would also be happy to provide you with specific support, information and guidance to your particular situation.  If you need our assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Equality and Human Rights Commission

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