To claim compensation for Subarachnoid Haemorrhage caused by medical negligence, call Slater and Gordon Lawyers 24/7 for a free consultation on freephone 0800 916 9049 or start your claim online and we will call you.

98% of our Clinical & Medical Negligence Claims are funded through a No Win, No Fee agreement which is formally called a Conditional Fee Agreement. This means there is no financial risk to you.

We have successfully claimed compensation for medical negligence where early warning signs have been ignored by doctors.

When you contact Slater and Gordon and provide the details about what happened, we can advise you whether or not you have a claim for compensation. You can start a claim online or by calling us on freephone 0800 916 9049.

We can offer immediate representation and rehabilitation support anywhere in England, Wales & Scotland from our offices in London, Manchester, Watford, Liverpool, Chester, Birmingham, Sheffield, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Cambridge, Milton Keynes, Preston, Wakefield and Wrexham.

Call our Clinical & Medical Negligence Solicitors on freephone 0800 916 9049 or contact us online.

Subarachnoid Haemorrhage symptoms include:

  • A sudden and severe headache
  • Neck stiffness
  • Confusion
  • Reduced consciousness
  • Weakness in one side of the body
  • Seizures

The condition should be investigated by a CT scan and sometimes lumbar punctures. Treatment involves surgery (to coil or clip the leak) or sometimes other radiological guided procedures. The aim of treatment is to prevent the condition worsening before it causes serious disability.

These claims are complex. We have particular expertise and experience in dealing with these claims for compensation. It is particularly important that your lawyers understand the legal and medical issues arising from brain injuries and that they can provide you with the support you need.

Call our Clinical & Medical Negligence Solicitors on freephone 0800 916 9049 or contact us online.

Solicitors at Slater and Gordon Lawyers are members of the Law Society Clinical Negligence Panel, Action Against Medical Accidents (AvMA), the UK charity for patient safety and justice, and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).