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Cauda Equina Syndrome is caused by a prolapsed disc in the spine which presses on nerves at the base of the spinal column. This can be very serious at it is these nerves that control the movement and feeling of the lower abdomen and if treatment is not sought urgently then the damage to the nerves could become permanent.
Symptoms of Cauda Equina Syndrome may include pain and numbness in the legs and back and loss of bladder control. If you visit your GP or local Accident and Emergency Department with these symptoms the medical staff should recognise the symptoms as being potentially very serious and should urgently arrange for the appropriate treatment to be carried out. This treatment may include being referred to a neurosurgeon who will usually arrange for you to be scanned and will also consider the possibility of surgery. Time is of the essence as any delay in diagnosis, assessment or treatment of the prolapsed disc could lead to irreparable damages and/or paralysis.
If you are suffering from Cauda Equina Syndrome and you believe this may have been caused by a delay in the diagnosis or treatment you received from medical staff, you may be able to make a claim for medical negligence.
Loyalty Law have expert solicitors who specialise in Cauda Equina Syndrome and will be able to answer any questions you may have as well as assessing your chances of success of pursuing a successful claim. Our Loyalty Law service for you is free of 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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