Medical Malpractice Resulting in Brain Injury
When medical personnel cause a traumatic brain injury
Brain injuries can happen in car accidents, motorcycle accidents, falls, workplace accidents or recreational accidents. Most people are aware of that. But when a brain injury happens in a hospital or clinic where a patient should feel safe, the doctors, nurses and other clinic and hospital personnel who caused a brain injury by their actions or inactions should be held accountable.
The results of a brain injury can include:
- Loss of cognitive ability
- Loss of mobility
- Loss of sight or other senses
- Recurring, debilitating headaches
- Loss of independence
- Partial or total paralysis
Brain injuries in hospitals and clinics are caused by lack of oxygen to the brain (particularly in birth injuries and anesthesia mistakes), falls during patient transfers, surgical errors and other mistakes. Lack of attention to protocols and delayed response to patient distress are often at fault.
Talk to an attorney about a brain injury caused by medical malpractice.
A brain injury can completely change a life. The injured person and the family are profoundly affected. They deserve answers, justice and, where negligence occurred, financial compensation. An experienced medical malpractice lawyer can investigate the facts for you. Call 612.255.6576 or send an email for a free consultation. We represent clients in Minnesota and Wisconsin.