If you have suffered a serious nerve injury, the consequences can be extremely damaging and painful.
Been Let Down has a team of specialist medical negligence Solicitors that can help with all types of nerve injury compensation claims. Having dealt with many cases in the past, our team are knowledgeable, skilful and receptive to our clients’ needs.
If you think you have suffered nerve injury as a result of surgery that has gone wrong, or insufficient or incorrect care and attention, we can pursue your claim. We will gather evidence and present it to the appropriate NHS Trust, Doctor or specialist.
The first step is to get in touch with us, let us take the details of your claim and assess whether your claim is likely to have merit.
Nerve injury can result due to many things, particularly mistakes made during surgery or when administering injections. It may also been that when you had surgery, it was not properly explained to you that a nerve related injury could occur.
If Surgeons do not take notice of nerves within the body during surgery then various surgical errors can occur with:
If injections are not given accurately and correctly when taking blood or giving relief from pain, problems from needles can occur, such as:
If you are unfortunate enough to have incurred nerve injury due to any of the examples given above or indeed any other medical, surgical or nursing error, then we can help you to claim the compensation that is due to you.
You may have been unable to work and hence lost earnings. Family life may have been disrupted, relationships negatively impacted, and you may have been unable to look after your children. Household chores and cooking may have been impossible. This will be taken into account.
We will also look at how long you have been incapacitated for, how long the injury may remain, what your circumstances are like now compared to before the injury, and what the outlook is for your future.
We have an expert legal team ready and willing to help with all nerve injury claims, so get in touch with us now.