Compensation Claims for Brachial Plexus Injury
The specialist personal injury solicitors of Moore Blatch Resolve serve the needs of people who have suffered serious injury to the brachial plexus, the complex of nerves that radiate from the spinal cord through the shoulder and armpit to the chest, arms and hands. Some brachial plexus injuries are traumatic in origin, with motorcycle accidents a particularly frequent cause. Other such injuries reflect negligence on the part of an obstetrician during childbirth.
Whether the brachial plexus injury in your family occurred in a road accident or as a result of a medical error, the results are substantially the same — limited or complete loss of use of a hand or arm, lack of sensation, or deformity. Contact our law firm to work with lawyers who understand how to prove both fault and the appropriate measure of damages for the permanent injuries associated with brachial plexus trauma.
Moore Blatch Resolve typically advises clients on a no fee, no win basis. In birth injury cases relating to medical negligence, you may be eligible for Legal Aid. In any case, you will keep all the compensation we recover on your behalf, and our firm will facilitate the costs necessary to investigate and present your claim at our own risk.
As in any other claim for an injury with lifelong consequences, your solicitors must evaluate, document and present your claim with care. Even when liability and the fact of the injury are beyond doubt, the defendant and its insurers might still dispute the amount necessary to provide full compensation. Our formidable experience in proving contested claims can represent an important advantage toward recovering the damages you are entitled to.
Collaboration With Medical Experts Can Make the Winning Difference
For example, we work with distinguished medical specialists who can provide a detailed description both of the causal factors and the continuing consequences of a brachial plexus injury in any form — Klumpke's palsy, Erb's palsy, or any of several birth injuries related to shoulder dystocia.
For a free consultation about your potential claim anywhere in England or Wales, contact Moore Blatch Resolve.