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Preeclampsia Compensation Claims
Preeclampsia compensation claims are generally made as a result of negligent medical treatment during pregnancy or childbirth. Preeclampsia is a serious condition if it is undiagnosed. However, if medical professionals follow proper procedures the condition can be detected quite easily.
However, if a medical professional is careless or fails to follow proper procedures, preeclampsia can be missed. The consequence of this can be very severe including long term disability to mother and child.
Our solicitors have deal with many preeclampsia compensation claims and recovered many awards of compensation for their clients. If a medical professional has let you down leading to preeclampsia you should seek legal advice from an expert medical negligence solicitor.
Our Solicitors are experts in Preeclampsia Compensation Claims. You can contact them today by completing our quick Free Claim Assessment or call us on 0800 644 4240.
What is Preeclampsia?
Preeclampsia is a condition that effects around 6% of birth in the UK. The condition usually develops during the later stages of pregnancy and can be easily diagnosed.
One of the major symptoms of preeclampsia is an excess amount of protein in the mother’s urine. If this symptom is present, a medical professional should diagnose it at an antenatal appointment using a straightforward urine test.
The effects of undiagnosed preeclampsia can be extremely serious for mother and child. The condition can lead to seizures in mother and child, birth defects and ultimately, the condition can be fatal.
All medical professionals involved in child birth owe their patients a “Duty of Care”. This means that if the medical professional falls below the standard that would be expected, they have been negligent. This results can result in preeclampsia compensation claim.
It is unacceptable for a medical professional to negligently fail to diagnose preeclampsia. The condition can be identified by very clear symptoms which should cause a medical professional to conduct further investigations. If this is not done, the opportunity to refer you to a specialist department may be lost.
If your medical professional has failed to reach an acceptable standard of care, you may be able to make a preeclampsia compensation claim. It is extremely important to take action if you have been let down. It helps to prevent the same mistakes from happening again.
What are Preeclampsia Compensation Claims?
Preeclampsia compensation claims arise when a medical professional provides an unacceptable standard of care leading to undiagnosed preeclampsia and resulting in unnecessary pain and suffering for you or your child.
Our preeclampsia compensation solicitors can move quickly with your claim. However, it is vital that you seek advice as soon as possible to protect your legal rights. Do not delay as it can result in you missing the chance to obtain justice for your suffering.
Our Solicitors are experts in preeclampsia compensation claims. You can contact them today by completing our quick Free Claim Assessment or call us on 0800 644 4240.
What are the Causes of Preeclampsia Compensation Claims?
They are a number of reasons that can contribute to a medical professional’s negligence resulting in undiagnosed preeclampsia. Each case has its own individual factors that can have a significant impact on the severity of the injury caused.
The reasons for medics negligence are varied and are specific to each case. However, our preeclampsia compensation claims solicitors have identified some common reason for preeclampsia compensation claims. These include:
- Failure to properly examine you during the antenatal period
- Failure to Investigate during the antenatal period
- Lack of Expertise
- Understaffing of maternity wards
Many of the above reasons can result from a medical practitioner not being appropriately qualified to identify and diagnose preeclampsia during the antenatal period.
This is not acceptable. If a medical professional lacks the knowledge to properly care for a patient, then they should not be providing that care. A lack of adequately trained staff is a completely unacceptable reason for medical negligence. The NHS must adequately train and recruit its staff to ensure the standard of medical care provided is acceptable. Incidents of negligence are simply unacceptable.
Contact A Specialist Solicitor Today For A Free Claim Assessment
If you have suffered due to medical negligence, speak to one of our preeclampsia compensation claims solicitors today. They will be able to provide you with a Free Claim Assessment today.
Can I make an Preeclampsia Compensation Claim?
If you or your child has suffered as a result of medical negligence related to preeclampsia, you can make a claim against the negligent medical provider.
Making an preeclampsia compensation claim is not just about obtaining compensation for you and your child’s suffering, it is about obtaining justice. Our solicitors understand that this is difficult time for you, often with nobody to turn to.
We will be in your corner, fighting your case. Our solicitors will provide you with all the support you need during your claim. You need to act fast, as there are strict time limits on when you can make an compensation claim. Contact us today to discuss your options.
Why you Should Make a Preeclampsia Compensation Claim?
Making an preeclampsia compensation claim can help to avoid the same mistakes being made again. Our solicitors often find that NHS guidelines will change following a medical negligence claim. If the medical mistakes that were made are identified and investigated, improvements can be made.
It is also important that you are able to obtain compensation for you and your child’s pain and suffering. At the very least, you may have incurred additional expenses and costs for extra care due to the injury. You may have had to take time of work, or give up your job altogether. In these circumstances, it is only fair that you as the victim are able to receive the correct amount of compensation for your suffering.
No Win No Fee Compensation Claims
Our medical negligence solicitors will represent you on a No Win No Fee basis. There is no cost to you if the claim is unsuccessful. You will obtain the maximum compensation available to you.
Our solicitors will also discuss any other options that are available regarding you case.
How Much Compensation Will I Get?
The amount of compensation for preeclampsia compensation claims can vary depending on the extent of your suffering and the details of your case. It will also depend on your personal circumstances.
However, due to the severity of the injuries that can result from undiagnosed preeclampsia, it is known for compensation claims to result in significant amounts of compensation. This often reflects the level of care that you or your child will need over the years.
Our solicitors will be able to guide you through the levels of compensation available based on your own circumstances. Contact them today for a Free Case Assessment.
Our Expertise in Preeclampsia Compensation Claims?
Our medical negligence claims solicitors have decades of experience in preeclampsia compensation claims. They specialise in this area of law and are quite simply experts in the area. Not only are our stillbirth solicitors experts in this area, they will also provide you with support and kindness in your time of need.
We understand that our clients’ are going through one of the most distressing times of your life. We are not here simply as lawyers, we are here to help you get through by achieving the justice you deserve
Our medical negligence claims solicitors will provide you with the expert service you expect from your medical negligence lawyer. But they are also friendly, approachable and put customer service at the heart of everything they do for their clients.
Contact one of the team today for a Free Claim Assessment.
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