Nerve Damage and Nerve Injury

Nerve Injury

Nerve injuries range from the severe Neurotmesis and Axonotmesis to less severe Neuropraxia where there is a chance of full recovery. Nerve injuries occur due to medical mistakes during surgical procedures such as hip replacements, knee replacements and hernia surgery.

Nerve damages also happen as a result of needles and syringes. This ranges from damage to the median or radial nerve when taking blood, to serious nerve damages to the spinal cord. Our Medical Negligence Lawyers deal with nerve injury damage claims on a No Win No Fee basis. We can provide you with free expert legal advice and tell you if your claim is expected to succeed.

Claims Direct is one of the largest personal injury claims organisations in the UK. We can provide immediate legal representation and arrange for rehabilitation support services to be provided anywhere in England, Scotland or Wales.

How to Claim Compensation for a Nerve Injury

Contact us and provide details about how, where and when the nerve injury took place. When we have these details, a Medical Negligence Lawyer will review your claim on a No Win No Fee basis; and we can tell you how successful your compensation claim is expected to be.

It's vital to get rehabilitation support as soon as possible. Claims Direct can support you through this process, ensuring you get the treatment you need quickly. Our Medical Negligence Lawyers will work to get you all the compensation you are entitled to.

Call Claims Direct for a free consultation on freephone {{freephoneNumber}} or start your claim online.

Compensation Can Help With

  1. Paying for private medical treatment, avoiding delays and being in greater comfort than in NHS hospitals
  2. Money to make up for loss of earnings
  3. Purchase or hire of disability aids or specialist equipment
  4. Nursing care at home
  5. Help with housework

Recent Nerve Injury Claims Include

  1. £150,000 compensation for nerve damage caused in a hernia operation
  2. £75,000 compensation for damaged accessory nerve due to medical negligence during a procedure to remove a benign lump.

To find out if you can make a claim for an nerve damage or nerve injury on a No Win No Fee basis call Claims Direct for a free consultation on {{freephoneNumber}} or start your claim online now.

Phone lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Claims Direct is one of the largest personal injury claims management companies in the UK, with specialist Personal Injury Lawyers in England, Scotland and Wales.

 

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