Cardiac failure

There are many reasons why a cardiac arrest might occur, and most of the time it is nothing to do with negligent treatment.  However, there can be times when a medical problem isn’t treated as it should be and a patient is allowed to deteriorate so much that the situation becomes critical, causing their heart to stop beating.  Without the heart pumping blood and oxygen to the brain, the brain can be permanently damaged. If the patient survives, they may not be the same person as they were before.

Whether it was because you weren’t given the appropriate or enough medication, or that something went wrong during an operation, or there was some other medical error that caused you to suffer a cardiac arrest leaving you with a brain injury, our lawyers can help investigate for you and get the compensation you need to get your life back on track.

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