Brain Injury

Cardiac failure

Cardiac failure and brain injury

The heart is responsible for supplying blood and oxygen to all other parts of the body. When the heart’s function is impaired and blood supply is reduced, or if the heart stops, then other parts of the body will start to become damaged, including the brain.

Why bring a claim?

It might be because you weren’t given appropriate or enough medication for an existing condition. You may have had a heart condition misdiagnosed or experienced a delay in treatment of a heart attack. Something might have gone wrong during an operation, or another condition, such as sepsis, may have been poorly treated and led to a cardiac arrest. All of these, and others, may give rise to a medical negligence claim, entitling you to financial compensation for your injuries.

Our specialist brain injury team

Our expert brain injury solicitors can investigate the cause of your brain injury and find out if medical negligence is to blame. We can then use our many years of experience in obtaining life-changing compensation for you to get your life back on track as much as possible.

Frequently Asked Questions

When the brain is deprived of oxygen, it can suffer from a type of injury called hypoxic-ischemic injury. This occurs when there is a lack of oxygen and blood flow to the brain, which can cause damage to the brain tissue.

Cardiac failure can cause brain injury by reducing the amount of oxygen and blood flow to the brain, causing cerebral edema, and increasing the risk of stroke.

Anyone who has suffered a brain injury as a result of cardiac failure may be able to make a claim. This includes individuals who have experienced cardiac failure due to medical negligence or as a result of an accident or injury caused by another person or entity.

Seeking compensation can help to cover the costs of medical treatment, ongoing care, and other expenses related to the brain injury.

We can provide a second opinion free of charge. We have acted for many clients who have been told they don’t have a case, but by looking at the claim in a different way and with our expertise, we have gone on to be successful

All birth injury claims are different and this depends upon when a final prognosis is known and a claim can be valued.

Once we obtain an admission of liability in your case we can request an immediate payment to help with your needs and put support in place.

Medical negligence claims rarely go to court, with only a small percentage of the more complex cases ending up there. However, in the unlikely event that your case reaches court, we will be by your side throughout the process.

There may be several options open to you to include legal aid, No Win No Fee and legal expense insurance. We can advise you on the correct funding method for you. We have designed a No Win No Fee package to protect you from paying any costs should your claim not be successful.

 

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Experts in brain injury claims

We have helped many individuals and families who have had someone sustain a serious brain injury as the result of medical negligence. We have a deep understanding of the physical, emotional, and financial impact that brain injuries can have on a person’s life and work to ensure that our clients receive the compensation they deserve.

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