Figures show that there are over 125,000 people suffering with brain damage in the UK.
A brain injury will often have devastating consequences for the individual affected, their relatives and friends; it can lead to a complete change in lifestyle, place a strain on relationships and create financial difficulties. Such an injury is all the more difficult to adjust to if you believe that it has been caused by negligence on the part of a medical professional. If you or someone you know has been affected by a brain injury that you believe was caused bymedical negligence, then you may be able to claim compensation.
To successfully pursue a claim for medical negligence, it is necessary to prove three things. Put simply, you must show:
1) That you have suffered an injury (in this case, brain damage);
2) That there has been a ‘breach of duty’ on the part of the medical professional;
3) That this breach of duty caused the brain damage
Here at Moosa-Duke Solicitors we specialise in helping our clients pursue claims for compensation for brain injuries that may have been caused by medical negligence. Proving negligence can be difficult, but you can rest assured that our team will be on hand to fully explain the legal process and terminology, answer all of your questions and support you throughout what is often a difficult process.
We are a leading firm in this field and pride ourselves on the specialist legal advice and high quality customer service that we deliver. With years of specialist experience and a friendly and professional manner, you can rest assured that the service you receive will always be of the highest quality.
To find out more about claiming compensation for a brain damage injury, whether for yourself or a relative, don’t hesitate to contact the team at Moosa-Duke today. Submit an enquiry on our website or alternatively call one of the team on 0800 952 0010 to discuss your situation further.