Compensation claims for gynaecology negligence

Lawyers assess the case as lawsuit begins

Compensation claims for gynaecology negligence can be some of the most severe and serious types of cases that we take on for people on a No Win, No Fee basis.

This intimate and sensitive area can leave patients with lifelong physical, mental and interpersonal complications when an injury is sustained. As specialist Medical Negligence Lawyers, we understand the severity of the harm that can be caused and what we can do about it from a legal perspective.

As we often say, we cannot turn back the clocks. But, what we can do is fight for some form of justice for you by way of a clinical negligence claim for compensation.

When can you pursue claims for gynaecology negligence?

You could be eligible to pursue claims for gynaecology negligence if you have suffered due to the treatment or the advice in respect of gynaecology matters. This could be for mistakes made during surgery or treatment, or where you are given the incorrect diagnosis or advice in relation to a course of treatment (or not having treatment).

What we need to do is establish that you have been the victim of negligence and that the negligence has resulted in you suffering harm. The way we will normally establish this is with expert medical evidence where you can be assessed by a private consultant. They can use a combination of your testimony, your medical records and their professional opinion to make a determination as to whether you are the victim of negligence. If you are, we can then make sure to argue your legal case and secure the compensation that you deserve.

Some current examples

As well as the individual medical negligence cases that we take forward, there are a couple of recent and ongoing instances where claims for gynaecology negligence can be a factor.

A former gynaecologist in Derby, Daniel Hay, is reportedly being investigated for historic matters that go back as far as 2006. This stems from allegations of negligence made by a number of patients whose treatment is being looked into. Some are understood to have suffered significant and lasting injuries.

Another is the ongoing pelvic mesh implant scandal. We represent a number of people claiming compensation for vaginal mesh injuries and complications, and some cases can arise from the negligence of the surgeons and the treating staff.

We can assess potential claims for either of the above, so make sure to speak to the team for free, no-obligation advice should you need to here now.

No Win, No Fee legal representation

At The Medical Negligence Lawyers, we are true believers in Access to Justice. If someone has been harmed and it could be through negligence, we want to be able to make sure that they have a pathway to justice if allegations of negligence are proven to be true.

This is why we are able to offer No Win, No Fee legal representation for compensation claims for gynaecology negligence. We can assess the prospects of success for the case based on the information that you provide to us and make an informed decision as to whether we can take the case forward. If we can, we can work this way for you, and it means that we can write off our legal fees if the case does not succeed, subject to the agreed terms and conditions in place.

You can speak to our expert legal team now for free, no-obligation advice on a confidential basis here now.

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