Many medical negligence claims which involve spinal injury are due to a failure to diagnose and treat correctly, or at all, resulting in catastrophic consequences.
Neurologists are trained to investigate, diagnose and treat a wide range of disorders including:
Traumatic brain injuries
Headaches and migraines, facial pain and weakness
Vertigo/balance disorders, dizziness and blackouts
Tingling, pins and needles and numbness
Epilepsy and seizures
Memory problems, Alzheimer’s disease and dementia
Stroke and mini-stroke/TIA
Parkinson’s disease, tremors and disorders affecting movement
Claims can arise due to a failure to diagnose and treat these conditions, which can result in severe disability, brain damage and death.
The results of a spinal cord injury can be life-changing. A failure to treat spinal conditions can result in permanent disability, limited mobility, incontinence issues and so on.
The cost of healthcare provision, rehabilitation, aids and adaptations to the home and the cost of living can be extensive and overwhelming. Once an admission of liability has been obtained, our expert team of medical negligence solicitors can secure an interim payment to enable you access to a variety of specialists that can provide you with the care, support and treatment tailored to your specific needs to aid your recovery.
Our clinical negligence solicitors have experience of bringing nerve injury claims to a successful resolution for both patients and their loved ones.
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