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Spinal injuries solicitors

Spinal cord injuries can be the result of an immediate clinical emergency, a progressive disorder or a chronic condition.

As a general rule of thumb, the higher the injury up the spinal cord the greater the paralysis a victim will suffer, and injuries are broadly split into two types – complete and incomplete. In a complete injury, the spinal cord is sufficiently damaged across the whole of its width, meaning there is no function. In an incomplete injury, the injury does not spread across the whole of the spinal cord, so some areas may remain undamaged.

If you believe injuries to your spinal cord are the fault of medical professionals, whether due to negligent or incorrect treatment or a failure to diagnosis your condition properly, we can help you to claim compensation.

For you to succeed in a claim for damages for spinal cord injury you will have to prove mistakes have been made which ought not to have been made and it is those mistakes which have caused the spinal cord injury.

We have a proven track record in succeeding and recovering compensation for clients who have suffered spinal cord injuries.

Spinal cord injury claims require professionalism, specialist legal and medical knowledge. Our expert team will ensure that no stone is left unturned in investigating your claim.

If you want to talk to someone about a spinal cord injury claim, please call us now for a free consultation on 0113 245 8549 or complete our contact form and someone will be in touch as soon as possible.

Some of our Spinal Injury Successful Claims

Delay in Performing Decompressive Surgery

C was diagnosed as having athetoid cerebral palsy from birth. At the age of 27 she was referred following a complaint of numbness in both hands. She underwent a myelogram as well as x-rays which were said to be normal and no further investigations were...

Delay in Diagnosis of Cauda Equina Syndrome

C had severe back pain radiating to her legs, sensation loss/numbness in the perineum and vaginal area, numbness at the base of her bottom, the inability to pass urine normally with a constant feeling of the need to urinate, a burning sensation on urinating...

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