Brain Injury Rehabilitation Errors

Rehabilitation aims to improve and minimise the long-term impact of a brain injury. Errors and negligence can occur when there has been a failure to provide rehabilitation or a delay in making a referral to the relevant specialist. This can often lead to a lengthened delay in recovery as well as further debilitating effects.

Types of Brain Injury Rehabilitation Errors

  • Failing to refer to the appropriate neurological rehabilitation unit
  • Delay in providing rehabilitation
  • Failure to provide anticonvulsants for those who suffer from seizures 
  • Lack of, or failure to prescribe medication for psychotherapeutic treatment 
  • Inadequate duration of rehabilitation 
  • Incorrect form of rehabilitation 
  • And other brain injury rehabilitation errors

If you or a loved one has suffered from brain injury rehabilitation negligence and endured further surgery, further deterioration of health and or long term injury, Mistreatment.com may be able to assist.

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