Injury solicitors in Henbury


How to talk to a doctor about seizures

If you are having seizures on a regular basis it can be a frightening and overwhelming situation. You may know what is causing your seizures, or they may be a new development that requires investigation. Either way, it is critical that you speak to a doctor as soon as you can to get help with your seizures, and perhaps even find a cure for the situation.

Keep track of your seizures

Keep a diary or calendar in which you note down when you have had a seizure, what time the seizure occurred and what you were doing at the time. If you need to work out the root cause of the seizure, this information will help your doctor to make a clearer diagnosis. You should also keep track of any medication you are taking and whether this affects the severity of the seizures.

Bring your medication with you

Your doctor may need to see what exactly you are taking and how frequently to work out if this is affecting your seizures and what to do next. Instead of just noting everything down, just bring it with you so that your doctor can check it over.

Ask questions

If you are concerned about anything to do with your seizures, write down a list of questions to ask your doctor so that you don’t forget anything when you are in front of them. It is as important for you to know as much about your condition as possible so that you don’t run the risk of making it worse.

Get support from a friend

Have a friend come with you to the doctor so that they can also ask questions or support you whatever your diagnosis and treatment options are.

If you need injury solicitors in Henbury

If you feel that your doctor has been negligent in giving you a diagnosis or treating your seizures, then you may be able to claim compensation from them using injury solicitors in Henbury. Accident Advice Helpline have over 15 years’ experience in the field of personal injury compensation claims and will provide you with dedicated and experienced injury solicitors in Henbury who can get you the compensation you deserve.

Call the helpline 24 hours a day, seven days a week on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, to speak to the team about your situation. They will help you to decide whether or not you have a good case for compensation, and if you do then injury solicitors in Henbury will start work on your claim. Your injury solicitors in Henbury will work on your behalf, so you shouldn’t have to go to court, and the injury solicitors will also keep you updated on the status of your claim so that you always know what is going on.

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