What are the symptoms of a Subarachnoid Haemorrhage?
Initial symptoms are usually sudden, severe headaches, followed by vomiting. Other symptoms include:
Physical problems (weak arms or legs)
More severe cases can see people collapse and suffer seizures.
Making a claim
Failure by a hospital doctor or GP to recognise the symptoms of a subarachnoid haemorrhage and then prescribe the necessary tests and treatments could increase the risk of a re-bleed or pose a threat of further damage.
Brain haemorrhages can cause serious brain damage and even death. It is important that the medical professionals treating you or your loved one act quickly. If you, a relative or a friend has suffered from a brain haemorrhage and believe the treatment from either a NHS or private doctor was negligent and led to further damage then you could have a claim for medical negligence.
For more information call our medical negligence department on 0151 735 1000 and speak to one of our Liverpool solicitors today.
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