Nerve and organ damage can occur in a number of situations, including negligent surgery or medical procedures – as well as accidents and injury resulting from work accidents, accidents at school, sports injuries, road traffic accidents and holiday accidents.
Nerve and organ damage requires prompt attention, whether the result of an adverse medical event or trauma from an accident.
Patients undergoing surgery sign disclaimer forms to say that they are aware of risks such as nerve or organ damage during surgery – however, any risks must be managed by the patient’s surgeon and medical team.
Children who suffer injury as a result of nerve and/or organ damage make a compensation claim up to the age of 21.
In cases where a patient has suffered catastrophic or life changing injuries as a result of nerve and organ damage, Duncan Lewis clinical negligence solicitors can advise bereaved families on how to make a no win no fee Serious Injuries Claim.
Duncan Lewis can also advise bereaved families whose loved one has died as a result of organ damage caused by medical negligence on how to make a no win no fee Fatal Injuries Claim.
Duncan Lewis is one of the UK’s leading no win no fee law firms and can advise both NHS patients and private patients who have suffered injury as a result of nerve and organ damage on how to make a no win no fee compensation claim.
Because of the limitation period for making claims for nerve and organ damage, Duncan Lewis clinical negligence solicitors advise patients to get in touch as soon as possible to discuss making a claim.
Duncan Lewis can also advise the parents or guardian of a child who has suffered injury as a result of nerve and/or organ damage on how to make a no win no fee compensation claim before the child is 21 by acting as their Litigation Friend.
For expert legal advice on no win no fee Nerve and Organ Damage Claims, call Duncan Lewis Clinical Negligence Solicitors on 020 7923 4020.