Nerve damage caused by a medical professional
Nerve damage can be caused by many different reasons. When caused by the negligence of a medical professional, some of the more common include:
- Nerves severed during knee or hip replacement surgery
- Damage caused during tumour removal procedures
- Nerve damage caused by injections
- Damage caused when taking blood from the arm
- Symptoms of nerve damage
It is imperative that any nerve damage is treated as soon as possible. Symptoms of nerve damage are many, and include:
- Becoming lightheaded
- Muscle atrophy
- Sweating profusely, or not sweating as much as usual
We can help
If you or someone you know has suffered nerve damage, and this was caused by the negligence of a medical professional, you should seek legal assistance so you are clear about how best to progress with your claim.
Our team is highly experienced in claims of this type and we vow to guide you through the entire process, providing the help you need at every turn. Compensation is meant to help recompense you for the pain and suffering caused, and we are here to help you achieve the outcome you want.
Please contact us now if you would like to speak to a solicitor in confidence about making a claim for compensation