Accidental Nerve Damage Claims

If you have suffered accidental nerve damage that was caused by the negligence of a clinician or surgeon, get in touch with the expert solicitors at JMW today. We have a very high success rate of recovering compensation for those who have been affected, thanks to both our considerable legal expertise and specific medical negligence training.

For a free initial consultation on your accidental nerve damage claim, call 0800 054 6512 or complete our online enquiry form, which will allow us to give you a call back at a convenient time. We can discuss your situation and provide you with a clearer idea of the next steps to take.

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About Accidental Nerve Damage

Nerve damage is among the most common problems that arise from surgical errors. The very nature of surgery means that a surgeon will often be working very close to nerve endings and any miscalculation or accident can cause damage that can have very serious consequences. If this has happened to you and medical error was to blame, you may be able to make a claim to compensate for the pain and suffering caused.

Damage to nerves can result in:

  • Loss of sensation
  • Severe pain
  • Paralysis

Common Causes

Damage of this type can occur for all manner of reasons. Among the more common include:

  • The accidental injection of certain drugs into or near the nerve, such as steroids, antibiotics, antipsychotics and analgesics
  • Bleeding from a punctured artery following the taking of a blood sample, leading to compression of the nerve
  • Failure to notice ischaemia (reduced blood supply), often following a fracture
  • Tourniquet paralysis caused by applying a tourniquet wrongly or leaving it on too long during certain types of orthopaedic surgery
  • Pressure on nerves from poor positioning on the operating table when a patient is unconscious
  • Traction during manipulation of the back or neck
  • Direct damage to a nerve during surgery from cutting, burning, stretching or compressing

Why Choose JMW?

At JMW, we have handled many cases of this type, securing compensation to help people rebuild their lives after going through a traumatic experience. The negligence of a clinician or surgeon can result in you becoming seriously ill, but we can help you achieve the outcome you deserve in order to benefit your recovery. 

If you have suffered accidental nerve damage, we are the experts you need in your corner. We can help take the stress out of taking legal action and put you in a strong position that will significantly increase your chances of recovering the compensation you deserve.

Highly regarded throughout the UK, our team is headed by leading clinical negligence solicitor Eddie Jones and includes members of the Law Society's specialist panel for clinical negligence, as well as members of the Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA) solicitors' panel. 

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Find out more about making an accidental nerve damage claim with JMW by getting in touch with our team today. Call us on 0800 054 6512 or complete our online enquiry form, which will enable us to give you a call back and discuss your potential case in greater depth. 



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