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The brain is one of the most important and sensitive parts of the body. Any medical procedures involving the head and brain can put patients at high risk if practices are not followed correctly or errors are made.

 

Brain injury can impact a person’s life long-term. Severe damage can lead to life-long disabilities, mobility and speech problems. Even less catastrophic injury can be life-changing, such as loss of senses, cognitive difficulties, memory loss and even personality change.

 

After suffering brain injury, people often rely on long-term care and rehabilitation. If left unable to earn a living, requiring care and incurring expenses to modify their home or continue with day-to-day activities, compensation for the injury should reflect this with a significant sum.

 

There are a number of ways medical malpractice can lead to brain injury of different severities including delays in treatment, delays in diagnosis, infection, surgical errors, mistakes with medication and lack of oxygen.

 

Call our expert negligence team on 01256 844888 or email enquiries@lambbrooks.com to find out if you or your loved one has a potential claim for brain injury that could help you re-build your lives.

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Key Contacts

Andrew Lowe

Managing Partner

Victoria Pettit-Mills

Associate Solicitor

Clare Galvani

Litigation Executive

Nicola Moore

Litigation Executive

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