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Injuries affecting the brain must always be taken seriously as they can often have very serious consequences such as physical and mental disabilities, and even death. A bleed to the brain can be caused by such events as a head injury or high blood pressure. The clinical term for a bleed to the brain, caused by tearing blood vessels, is subarachnoid haemorrhage and the symptoms of this condition must always be investigated thoroughly and with urgency.
Symptoms of subarachnoid haemorrhage (a bleed to the brain):
Of course, often when these symptoms present, their cause is something minor which can be overcome within days or weeks. However, this is not always the case and it is for this reason that it is crucial that when symptoms arise they are quickly and thoroughly investigated to avoid a misdiagnosis. A delay in investigation, treatment and/or diagnosis can often have serious affects and can sometimes lead to death.
If you think that you have, or someone you know has, suffered a brain injury caused by a delay in investigation, diagnosis or treatment (for example if the headaches you have complained to your GP about have not been properly looked into and subsequently turn out to be a bleed to the brain) you may be entitled to make a medical negligence claim for compensation.
Often people suffering from brain injuries, and their resulting consequences, require additional care, assistance and treatment on a long term basis, or even for life. Families are not always in a position to provide this care – they simply do not have the time, money or ability to do so. Loyalty Law’s expert solicitors specialise in brain injury claims and will be able to advise you about the prospects of success of your potential claim and answer any questions you may have. Our Loyalty Law service to you is without charge and without obligation.
Our expert solicitors will be able to discuss with you the various options of funding your claim which may include legal aid, a no-win no-fee agreement, or legal expense insurance. These options will be discussed with you in details to ensure you choose the option that is right for you.
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