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Clinical Negligence

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Yes. At Turner White Solicitors, our No Win No Fee Claim Solicitors means you won’t have to pay any legal costs if your claim is unsuccessful and it will cost you nothing to find out if you have a case. The most significant part is that the victim of medical negligence is not at any kind of financial risk. Our nerve damage claims solicitors will also help you to understand the outcome that the medical negligence has had on your life, and ensure that any compensation that you obtain will shield all your future requirements.

In addition, before beginning a legal case for compensation, our medical negligence solicitors will confirm you on whether your case can proceed on a No Win No Fee basis. Generally, 98% of our clienteles always have right to the No Win No Fee basis.

Nerve Damage

Nerves are a significant part of the human body, which are responsible for controlling sensitivity and sensation in our body. Nerve damage often result in either loss of sensation or amplified sensation such as severe pain as well as paralysis, or loss of motor function.


A damaged nerve can arise from incompetently performed surgery. Some nerve injuries happen, when surgeons fail to recognise a nerve during surgery, others may occur from needles, while giving injections, taking blood or providing pain relief. Henceforth, nerve injury is one of the most prevalent problems suffered by patients because of surgical error, and if someone is a victim of nerve damage/injury because of medical negligence, the patient may be entitle to make a potential nerve damage compensation claims.


Nerve damage distresses every part of our human body and may appear in various symptoms, which may lead to potential nerve damage compensation claims:

  • Pain/burning
  • Numb sensation
  • Sweating/nausea
  • Tingling/twitching
  • Weakness/paralysis
  • Muscular disintegration
  • Damage of vision/hearing
  • Lost balance/coordination

If you are concerned about the standard of care that you or your loved one has received from your medical professional, our medical n...
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egligence claim solicitors can review your case. At Turner White Solicitors, our nerve injury solicitors offer a free and confidential consultation to evaluate the conditions of your nerve injury case, and help you understand whether you are entitled to make nerve damage compensation claims.

Why Should I Make A Nerve Damage Compensation Claim?

Making a nerve damage claim following an inappropriate operating techniques or negligence of a particular duty is a significant step for various reasons. If you or a loved one is injured because of a medical professional’s negligence, we firmly believe you should get the compensation, which you deserve.


Your nerve damage negligence claim can earn you the much-needed compensation that can help you to pay your medical expenses for any current or future care and treatment as well as the compensation can recover any lost earnings after time away from work. Your claim for compensation will also highlight the neglectful treatment that are often being carried out by NHS doctors and medical staff or any other private hospital’s medical professionals. It can prevent other people to suffer the same medical damage, which you have sadly undergone. Claiming nerve damage claim can also help you to cover the cost of adaptations to your home and life.


Contact our nerve damage claims solicitors for a confidential and free consultation on Freephone 01772 25 22 22. We will discuss your experience and let you know if we think you have a potential nerve damage compensation claim case.

When Should I Claim for Nerve Damage Compensation?

Most types of surgery carries some risk of nerve damage, because the nervous system covers the complete body of a human being. However, many nerve injuries occurs when medical practitioner fail to detect a nerve during surgical procedure, and unintentionally cut or damage it, and the patient can then make a nerve damage negligence claim for compensation. The most prevalent causes of nerve damage compensation claims that our clinical and medical negligence solicitors have dealt with includes:

  • Severed nerves
  • Local anaesthetic mistakes
  • Inappropriate surgical techniques
  • Use of incorrect surgical equipment
  • Damages from taking blood from the arm

At Turner White Solicitors, our nerve injury solicitors understand how difficult it can be to deal with not only having a nerve injury that is possibly life changing, but also dealing with the fragmented bond of trust, which you have experienced with your medical expert due to your suffering. If you or a loved one has suffered because of the above listed negligence causes or any other causes of nerve damage, you may claim for nerve damage compensation claims. Our nerve injury solicitors are here to ensure that you are awarded the compensation that you deserve to help your life move forward.

How Much Compensation Can I Receive for A Nerve Damage Compensation Claim?

The amount of nerve damage compensation awarded in this type of cases depends on a number of different aspects. These aspects can include the severity of the injury caused, combined with any financial losses, the effect the damage has had on your life outside work, and whether your nerve damage caused due to negligence will require further treatment and care – both in the immediate aftermath of the negligence and in the future.


You can find out how much nerve damage claim you’re entitled to by getting in touch with our medical negligence solicitors today on Freephone 01772 25 22 22 or contact us online and we’ll be happy to help. We will be able to give you an indication of the potential value of your claim. However, if you want to get an estimated settlement figure before you contact us, you can always use our interactive compensation calculator to find out how much compensation you might be entitled to.

Is There A Time Limit On Making A Nerve Damage Compensation Claim?

Yes. In most medical negligence cases, you have three years’ time to make a compensation claim, starting from the date the negligence happened or the date you first became aware that you’ve suffered because of medical professional’s negligence, which is also known as ‘date of knowledge’.


However, it’s important to contact us as soon as possible so that we can begin to gather evidences for your claim. Moreover, events will still be new in your mind, evidences are easier to collect and a stronger compensation for nerve damage case more likely to be built.


Therefore, the sooner you speak to our team of leading nerve damage solicitors, the better. If you have questions or concerns about the time limits, please call us for a free and confidential consultation on Freephone 01772 25 22 22.

For a free consultation about a nerve damage compensation claim, call our No Win No Fee nerve damage solicitors on Freephone 01772 25 22 22 or start your claim online and we will call you.

When you contact us, you don't have to start your nerve damage compensation claim immediately. So, if you're unsure whether you're ready to step on the first stages of your compensation claim, or whether your nerve injury was a medical professional's fault, Turner White Solicitors can provide you the guidance and information, which you need to establish your claim and we ensure you that we will not force you to start a claim.

For more information on nerve damage compensation claims, get in touch with us on 01772 25 22 22 or request a call back or simply fill the form, and our expert team of medical negligence solicitors will get back to you and give you the suitable legal advice.