There is always a chance that damage can be caused to the brain itself during brain surgery. So therefore, unless the brain surgery is an emergency procedure, patients must receive as much advice as possible and be fully counselled about the proposed treatment and all possible alternatives, including taking no action, before having brain surgery. The risks of complications during brain surgery are high and without full information it is not possible to make an informed decision whether to undergo treatment with its associated risks and benefits.
If you believe a medical professional has failed to adequately advise you or your loved one on the risks of having brain surgery then you may be entitled to make a compensation claim. Hattons understand the impact that brain surgery negligence can have not only on the patient, but also on their loved ones and will therefore fight on your behalf to get you the compensation that you deserve.
You may be worried about your future, your long-term care or your financial security or you may be grieving the loss of a loved one. Whatever the case, we will take steps to identify the needs and requirements of our clients in terms of future treatment and rehabilitation after negligent brain surgery. We recognise that the cost of brain surgery negligence may not only be physical and financial but also psychological.
At Hattons we recognise that patients can sometimes find it difficult to come forward about a brain surgery claim arising from negligent medical treatment. We also understand the sensitivity surrounding brain surgery negligence cases and are therefore happy to visit families in their homes if requested. Whatever the case, please get in touch with our specialist solicitors who will be happy to advise you on your options.
If you are your loved one have suffered due to brain surgery negligence and would like to make a compensation claim then please contact us 0800 298 9690 or fill in the Claim Now form to the right of this screen.