Brain injury can be a result of clinical negligence, with those injured generally requiring specialist medical treatment and ongoing rehabilitation support.
We are expert in pursuing claims for people suffering brain injury resulting from:
- Negligent surgery
- Accidents involving anaesthesia
- Mismanaged strokes
- Failure to diagnose and treat medical conditions (viruses and tumours)
- Mismanaged infectious diseases affecting the brain (meningitis)
- Avoidable falls in hospitals
- Failure to obtain informed consent
- Brain injuries sustained at birth
Our medical negligence solicitors have successfully concluded many high-value brain injury cases. We specialise in achieving maximum awards to fund accommodation, aids and equipment and establishing care regimes and rehabilitation programmes. We ask for interim payments as soon as liability is established to ensure that urgent and pressing needs can be met as soon as possible. Early intervention for people suffering brain injury helps them achieve their best possible lives going forward.
When the case is won, we advise on the creation of trusts to protect means-tested benefits and on investment of damages through our links with specialist financial advisors.
We have a dedicated Court of Protection team for clients who lack capacity to manage their financial affairs.
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