Intra-cranial Hemorrhage

 

Intra-cranial hemorrhages are intracranial bleeding, which occurs when a blood vessel within the skull is ruptured or leaks. This can result from traumatic physical events, such as a head injury, or non-traumatic causes, such as a ruptured aneurysm.

In the medical malpractice context, the hemorrhage itself, or the devastating resulting injuries, may have been avoided with prompt and proper medical intervention.

 

 

Medical Malpractice Causing Intra-cranial Hemorrhage

 

There are a number of scenarios in which medical malpractice can cause an intra-cranial hemorrhage or result in the failure to diagnose and treat an existing intra-cranial hemorrhage in a timely manner, causing serious and debilitating injuries. These scenarios include mediation errors, surgical negligence, and misdiagnosis.

Neinstein's team of experienced medical malpractice lawyers carefully review the medical records and consult with qualified experts to determine whether a patient's serious injuries relating to an intra-cranial hemorrhage were due to medical malpractice.

 

 

More Information About
Intra-cranial Hemorrhage

 

It can be difficult and overwhelming to learn about intra-cranial hemorrhages, their causes, and their treatment. This is especially so when diagnosed intra-cranial hemorrhages can require immediate medical intervention. Below is a list of some terms that you may hear from medical professionals relating to intra-cranial hemorrhages

Computerized Tomography (CT)
A radiological imaging test that can be used to create a detailed image of the brain, which can be used to diagnose and determine the location, extent and maybe the cause of an intra-cranial hemorrhage.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
A radiological imaging test that can be used to create a detailed image of the brain, which can be used to diagnose and determine the location, extent and maybe the cause of an intra-cranial hemorrhage.

Lumbar Puncture (Spinal Tap)
A procedure that can be used to obtain a sample of spinal fluid, which can then be examined in a laboratory.

Decompression
A procedure to relieve the pressure imposed on the brain, which may be performed via a burr hole procedure, a craniectomy, or a craniotomy.

If you are concerned that you or a loved one's injuries may be the result of medical negligence, we encourage you to consult with one of our experienced medical malpractice lawyers.

 

We Choose the Right Experts

Medical malpractice lawsuits can be complex. This is why we have a dedicated team of lawyers who are focused exclusively on advocating on behalf of victims of medical negligence. We aim to help you understand and navigate the medical and legal realities of brain-related injuries.

 

Neinstein is The Right Choice

At Neinstein, our team is connected by our enduring commitment to our clients and their families. Through our specific experience, we understand the challenges you may face and offer our steadfast support. We encourage our clients to call us with any questions and concerns they may have, and we provide access to crucial healthcare as well as resources to protect dependent family.

A case is as unique as the individual, and we recognize that the legal process can at times be a long and difficult emotional journey. We are here to help you on the road ahead.

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At Neinstein, our award-winning team of medical malpractice lawyers are trained to practice cases like yours which make them a powerful ally.

 

Neinstein Can Help

At Neinstein, our team is connected by our enduring commitment to our clients and their families. Through our specific experience, we understand the challenges you may face and offer our steadfast support. We encourage our clients to call us with any questions and concerns they may have, and we provide access to crucial healthcare as well as resources to protect dependent family.

A case is as unique as the individual, and we recognize that the legal process can at times be a long and difficult emotional journey. We are here to help you on the road ahead.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

It can be difficult to determine whether or not medical negligence has occurred in any given situation. Often, the patient or their family only know that an unexpected outcome has occurred, but they may not know how or why it happened. We can help. We understand the medicine and we know the law. We can review the situation in detail with you and provide you with the guidance necessary to figure out whether there is a basis for a claim in medical negligence.

If you or a loved one has experienced an adverse outcome following medical treatment, contact us at 1.866.212.8068 for a free, no-obligation consultation.

 

We understand that people who are dealing with a serious injury or adverse outcome can be under a great deal of financial pressure, especially if their condition is affecting their ability to work or requires significant care costs. We are willing to act for seriously injured persons or their families on a contingency basis, which means we will be paid on a percentage of recovery basis when your case is settled or once a verdict is obtained at trial. The percentage rate will vary based on the situation, but you will not pay our legal fees during the litigation. We are only paid if we are successful. We will go through all of this information with you in detail before we start working on your case.

 

There is no set timeframe and complex cases can take years to properly prepare for trial. We believe that an early and thorough investigation of all potential claims is the best way of ensuring that your case can be pursued as quickly and efficiently as possible. We will always do our best to move your case forward as quickly as possible.

 

Neinstein has over 50 years of experience in personal injury law. Due to the complicated nature of medical malpractice, we believe that it is important that you retain a lawyer who has the necessary medical and legal knowledge in this complex area and has significant experience with difficult cases.

The firm was started by Gary Neinstein and since then, its excellence has been continued by sons Jeff and Greg Neinstein. The head of the Medical Malpractice Group, Duncan Embury has more than 25 years of experience specializing in medical negligence, and has won numerous trials and appeals for his injured clients. Duncan Embury, and the rest of the medical malpractice team, is known for applying their in-depth knowledge of medicine and the law to help their clients achieve the best possible results.

We would be pleased to discuss your potential case and all of your concerns and questions during a free, no-obligation consultation.