How our cauda equina specialists can help

cauda equina frequently asked questions

This condition can be caused by direct trauma or impact from falling or another accident, a tumour in the spine, spinal stenosis, a herniated disc or medical negligence.
Cauda equina compensation claims often arise because a delay in diagnosing it can lead to permanent loss of bowel and bladder control. Most medical experts agree that those with cauda equina syndrome must receive surgery within 48 hours of diagnosis. Other medical negligence claims arise due to negligence in managing other health conditions, such as a tumour, birth defect or the administration of anaesthetics. 
If you or a loved one think you may have a cauda equina compensation claim, please don’t hesitate to contact our team. We’ll chat to you about your situation, and will be able to advise on the next steps. 
You have the right to change your legal advisor if you are unhappy with their service. We are happy to provide a no-obligation second opinion about your claim if you are not sure about the direction it is taking. If you do require a second opinion with a view to changing solicitors, we recommend that you do so sooner rather than later to minimise any damage being done with respect to your claim. 

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