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Nerve Injuries

“If you have sustained a nerve injury while under the care of a medical professional, you may be entitled compensation. Contact Lance Mason today and our friendly legal experts will explain what to do next. All our advice is completely free of charge in the first instance.”

What Are The Causes Of Nerve Injuries?

There is a wide range of causes for nerve injuries. Some people sustain nerve injuries at work, whilst playing sports or during any other normal activities. On occasion, nerve injuries are caused by medical negligence. Medical professionals have the responsibility to ensure that all patients under their care receive the appropriate treatment. If you are suffering with a nerve injury as a result of poor care you may be entitled compensation.

What Types Of Nerve Injuries Can I Claim For?

The type of nerve injuries you may suffer from can be as follows:

  • Median nerve damage
  • Nerve damage as a result of hip or knee replacements
  • Nerve damage as a result of tumour removal surgery
  • Obturator nerve damage
  • Damage from injections
  • Damage from transfusions

If you believe you are suffering with nerve damage, it is important that you visit your GP as soon as possible. The sooner you are diagnosed, the more likely it is that you will make a full recovery.

Why Should I Choose Lance Mason?

When choosing a solicitor, you want to make sure you make the right decision. Our legal experts have a thorough understanding of different kinds of nerve injury claims and will make sure you feel at ease with the process and the solicitor dealing with your case. Our ultimate goal is to ensure that you are fully compensated for any losses you receive, both physical and financial.

Our legal experts can explain the validity of your claim with one simple form. We are also happy to offer no obligation advice even if you are still unsure about making a claim.

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Lance Mason will keep all conversations confidential so that you feel comfortable and can speak to us in confidence.

You can get in touch by filling in our quick online enquiry form and one of our experts will call you straight back.