Our expert team of highly experienced specialist clinical negligence solicitors can help you make a claim if you or a loved one has suffered a neurological injury as a result of medical or surgical error, or if there was an unjustified delay in diagnosis and treatment, making your injury worse.
Neurological diseases and injuries to the brain and nerves can result from an accident or event such as a stroke. If the debilitating and often life-threatening neurological symptoms are a consequence of sub-standard medical care, you may be able to make a claim.
The consequences of a neurological injury will depend on what part of the nervous system is injured: the brain and spinal cord, or the peripheral nervous system and the autonomic nervous system. In some cases neurological injuries can be life-changing and sometimes fatal.
Some neurological injuries can result from birth injury or diseases such as measles, meningitis or hydrocephalus. Thrombosis affecting blood vessels in the brain and infections can result in an interruption in the oxygenated blood supply causing damage to the central nervous system.
In other neurological injuries, serious nerve damage can be caused by an untreated spinal disc protrusion leading to cauda equina syndrome. With this and some other examples of nerve damage, the quicker the neurological symptoms are diagnosed and treated, the better the outcome.
At Access Legal, our specialist solicitors understand the immense impact these injuries can have on the individual and everyone around them and they recognise that you will need more than just legal advice.
Neurological symptoms can include a wide range of disabilities and psychological injury. . Rehabilitation can be effective providing this is put into place as quickly as possible. If you have a claim we can help obtain interim awards to pay for this therapy to ensure you make the best possible recovery.
Access Legal's highly regarded national medical negligence team of solicitors include members of the Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA) referral panel, Law Society referral panel and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL). It is these specialists who will fight your neurological case.