Serious injuries to the brain can arise from medical mistakes. These can be devastating, life-changing events and it is important that you choose an expert medical negligence solicitor with experience in bringing such claims, which can be unusually complex.
We have expertise and experience in dealing with the difficult medical and legal issues associated with bringing a brain injury claim. In particular we have dealt with:
- claims arising from the failure to diagnose strokes and haemorrhages
- mistakes in surgery
- failures to obtain consent
- anaesthetic mistakes
We have dealt with a number of claims involving the failure to prevent subarachnoid haemorrhage.
Alongside this our specialist solicitors have also helped secure compensation for a lady whose husband, Colin Freeman, suffered a stroke following a series of NHS staff errors, which had left him paralysed with long term brain damage.
Our approach to brain injury claims
Because these injuries can impact on every area of your life, it is important you’re solicitor understands the complex legal and medical issues but is also able to support you through a difficult time. Our solicitors are experienced and sensitive to your needs and will ensure that you receive the best support possible. We can talk your through the process of making a claim and advise on funding issues.
We also have a network of experts who can assist in preparing your claim and in providing the therapies you will need. We can also advise on funding issues.
In some circumstances we have obtained early part-payments of damages enabling people to adapt their homes and arrange care at an early stage of a claim.
Our recent brain injury claims publicity
Speak to our expert medical negligence solicitors about your brain injury claim
Please call 0800 916 9049, email email@example.com or use the short online enquiry form. Our dedicated medical negligence solicitors offer a free initial consultation to evaluate the circumstances of your brain injury and help you understand whether or not you have a case.
See Also: Subarachnoid Haemorrhage