Bringing an Anaesthetic Awareness Compensation Claim
It is rare for the administration of anaesthetic to go wrong but there are several scenarios that can be the potential cause for it. If you have suffered on-going physical or mental health problems such as those listed below, our team might be able to take on your case and help you to bring your compensation claim.
- Pain during surgery – if you suffered significantly as a result of becoming conscious during surgery.
- Anxiety, sleeplessness, and nightmares – if you have suffered with recurring sleep issues after your surgery.
- Fear of medical treatment and hospitals – if you have developed a fear of medical staff, doctors and/or hospitals.
- Painful flashbacks – if you are beset by regular flashbacks to your surgery experience.
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) – if you have developed symptoms of PTSD following your treatment.
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