Acquired Spinal Injury
Spinal cord injuries are extremely debilitating and affect every aspect of a person’s life. Often they are caused in accidents, but occasionally they arise as a result of negligent delay in diagnosis and treatment on the part of medical staff.
Pain and numbness in the “saddle region” together with altered ability to pass urine or stools are signs and symptoms of a condition called “cauda equina” syndrome. Delay in referral to the local neurosurgical unit can result in paralysis, incontinence and impotence causing a devastating effect for the patient.
Jobling Gowler are specialist clinical negligence solicitors. We understand the extreme sensitivity needed to deal with cauda equina claims. Our team of specialist male and female solicitors have successfully investigated and pursued many claims resulting in significant compensation for clients to help them rebuild their lives.
If you require initial advice in relation to a clinical negligence matter contact one of our specialist clinical negligence solicitors today who will be happy to arrange an initial free consultation.
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