How our neurosurgery & neurology specialists can help

neurosurgery & neurology frequently asked questions

Each case is different, so we can’t give an exact amount. Your compensation will reflect your situation, having taken into consideration other factors such as loss of earnings and the severity of the negligence you experienced; whether this occurred before, during or after your neurosurgery. 
You have three years from when the medical negligence occurred, or when you became aware of it (reasonable date of knowledge). In exceptional circumstances, the Court might extend the limitation period. It all depends on your unique situation, which is why it’s important to get in touch with our medical negligence experts as soon as possible.  
The first step is to speak to us for a free consultation. We’ll listen to your story and give you an honest assessment of the prospects of your cases. If you decide to go ahead with your claim we’ll talk you through your funding options to find the best one for you. Most of our clients prefer to fund their case on a no win, no fee basis. 
The most common claims we deal with relating to neurosurgery and neurology include: 
  • Failing to diagnose or properly treat Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease or dementia; 
  • Failing to diagnose or properly treat strokes; 
  • Poor treatment of migraines; 
  • Poor treatment of brain injuries; 
  • Failing to spot fluid on the brain; 
  • Poor treatment of epilepsy and seizures. 

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