Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA) Diagnosis & Treatment Errors

A temporary disruption of blood supply to part of the brain is a phrase commonly used to describe a transient ischemic attack.

Failures and errors can occur before or even during treatment including failing to prescribe a certain type of medication as a preventative measure or causing a delay in diagnosis which could lead to a life threatening stroke. 

Types of Transient Ischemic Attack Diagnosis & Treatment Errors 

  • A delay in diagnosing a transient ischemic attack
  • A delay in providing treatment
  • Failure to perform a CT or MRI scan
  • A delay in performing an ECG to check for abnormal heart rhythms
  • Failure to prescribe antiplatelet medication or Warfarin 
  • And other transient ischemic attack errors

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

Unsure if you are entitled to make a medical negligence claim?

Before you decide to bring a claim, our medical negligence team can carry out a confidential free claim assessment under no obligation for you to use the service.

Call us now for free advice.
Lines are open 24hrs.

0800 222 9800

Who provides the free advice and free claims assessment?

The Mistreatment.com is an award winning legal marketing brand that conducts campaigns for a panel of specialist medical negligence solicitors who are experienced in assisting medical negligence claimants on a 'no win no fee' throughout England & Wales. Learn more. 

Start Free Claim Assessment
Lines Open 24hrs

0800 222 9800

Request A Call Back

Start Claim Assessment Online

Infant with cerebral palsy recovers interim compensation to cover care & costs for adapted home

Our panel of medical negligence solicitors help recover interim damages exceeding £2.2 million, for the benefit of a child with cerebral palsy to provide a home for him and his family, suitably adapted to accommodate his severe disability.

Read more

Featured in The Guardian, Marie Claire, Daily Mirror, Daily Express