Spinal cord injury
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Irreversible spinal cord damage can be caused by incorrect handling and treatment of fractures or mistakes made during surgical procedures. Our experienced Clinical Negligence team works with medical experts to determine who is responsible for such a devastating injury and to make a substantial compensation claim against those responsible.
When making compensation claim for a serious spinal injury, our specialist clinical negligence solicitors will seek compensation for pain and suffering, medical procedures that may be needed in the future, specialist care, mobility and accommodation needs. We will also claim for loss of earnings and for the effect on your social life, such as whether you will be able to continue to take part in hobbies or sport.
Our clients choose BL Claims Solicitors to handle their spinal cord injury medical negligence claims because:
- We are acknowledged leaders in the field
- Our legal team has, collectively, many years experience in winning clinical negligence compensation claims
- We talk to our clients in jargon-free language
- We act quickly so clients get the compensation and care they need as soon as possible
- We are members of industry bodies and panels related to personal injury, which means that BL Claims Solicitors is recognised as being a leader in the legal industry
- You will discuss your case with a highly qualified lawyer right from the outset
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Related Knowledge & Resources
We have recently heard of a great success in spinal cord reconstruction. Our expert explains how a firefighter from Poland is able to walk because of the pioneering treatment.
It was great to hear some good healthcare news on the television yesterday.
Southern Spinal Injuries Trust "launched" their new specially adapted minibus at the Duke of Cornwall Spinal Treatment Centre at Salisbury District Hospital on 16 January 2014.
Watching the Breakfast News on 21 October 2014, I was intrigued to hear about a Polish gentleman who having previously suffered from a serious spinal injury accident, had apparently regained some sensory and motor function.
The Claimant was a 61 year old who was admitted to hospital with a condition known as transverse myelitis, she became paralysed. During an extended period of hospitalisation the Claimant developed a number of pressure sores with consequent osteomyelitis.