University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust has been prosecuted by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) for failing in its obligations to be open and transparent. Elsie Woodfield, who was 91, died due to suffering from a perforated oesophagus during an endoscopy....
Our medical negligence experts act for people in cases where a brain injury has been caused during neurosurgery. Injuries during neurosurgery can occur for a number of reasons, including: surgeon error or miss-management of the patient during surgery, failure to correctly monitor their vital observations, such as blood pressure, temperature and respiratory rate and/or to act upon these.
Neurosurgery negligence can have a very profound effect and be life changing for victims. Our specialists offer a sympathetic ear, whilst striving to assure that the injured individual's current and future care needs are met, they have all necessary aids to help them to adapt to everyday life and that their accommodation is suitable for their needs. We also look into any suitable rehabilitation or therapy that may be beneficial to them. These can play a key part in the recovery process.
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