Neurology and Neurosurgery concern the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord and nerves.

A misdiagnosis may have led you to having an unnecessary neurological procedure or surgery, or to the exacerbation of a disability. You may have suffered permanent injuries as a result of medical negligence in the procedure or surgery.

We are experienced in dealing with all types of neurological and neurosurgical claims as a result of negligence, including surgical errors or failure to diagnose and treat various neurological conditions. In particular, we have dealt with claims arising from:

  • Brain tumours and infections

  • Epilepsy

  • Spinal conditions

  • Stroke

  • Subarachnoid hemorrhages

  • Multiple sclerosis

We are here to help if you think something has gone wrong. You can contact us for an initial consultation that will be free, confidential and will carry no obligation. If you have grounds for a medical negligence compensation claim and decide to instruct us, we may deal your claim on a no win no fee basis. This means you are at no financial risk in the unlikely scenario your medical negligence claim is unsuccessful.



Frequently asked questions

How will I cover legal costs; especially if I lose my case?

In the vast majority of our cases, we deal on a no win no fee basis. This is also known as a conditional fee agreement (CFA). A no win no fee arrangement means that, if you do not win, you do not have to pay any fees. If you do win, we will take a percentage of your damages as our success fee. This will usually be between 15% and 25% depending on the merits and value of your claim. 

Yes, there is. In general, the time limit is 3 years from the date of the negligent treatment. If you were initially unaware that there was negligence at play, the 3 year time limit will apply from the date you first became aware that you suffered a significant injury and that injury was due to the defendant’s negligence. In practice, this means a claim form must be issued at Court to commence proceedings within 3 years of the negligent act or knowledge of the negligence.