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Our specialist lawyers have pursued many successful Cauda Equina syndrome compensation claims
Here at Price Slater Gawne we have a specialist team of highly experienced Clinical Negligence lawyers dedicated to pursuing successful Cauda Equina syndrome compensation claims.
Cauda Equina syndrome is a serious condition that must be treated quickly and correctly. The potential long-term effects of Cauda Equina syndrome include paralysis and incontinence, so doctors need to be able to recognise the warning signs associated with Cauda Equina syndrome. These symptoms include:
If the symptoms are ignored or misdiagnosed the neurological effects can be devastating, and decompression surgery to relieve the pressure on the spine needs to happen as soon as possible. If your medical professional has failed to diagnose or treat your condition correctly then you may be able to claim compensation. Here at Price Slater Gawne, our expert team understands the impact of this condition and can help you make a claim if your life has been changed by the condition. We have a long history of bringing such claims successfully and our clients appreciate our empathetic, knowledgeable and human approach.
If you feel that you or a member of your family has been a victim of Clinical Negligence regarding Cauda Equina, you may have grounds for a claim. Please contact us today on 03333 058375 or by email to ClinNeg@psg-law.co.uk for a no-obligation conversation. Our expert Clinical Negligence lawyers are here to help you.
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