Birth Injury Claims Compensation – Southampton
Call 02380 080681 now. Solicitors for birth injury claims for compensation covering the Southampton, Portsmouth, Winchester, Reading, Basingstoke and Hampshire areas.
Birth Injury Claims Southampton & Hampshire
Expecting a new baby should be one of the happiest times of your life, but unfortunately accidents can happen due to medical negligence, and in these cases our birth injury claims team can help parents in this difficult time.
The latest figures show that around 7% of babies will suffer an injury during child birth due to clinical negligence. Mothers will also be hurt.
Our team of solicitors believe that in cases such as this, where negligence can be proved, the parents and child deserve effective and professional legal representation.
Working on a no win no fee* agreement, our birth injury solicitors can help families in Southampton and Hampshire, no matter what their financial circumstances are.
Claim Types We Can Help With
The types of injury claims typically associated with birth can include, but are not limited to the following examples:
- A & E Medical Negligence
- Birth Injuries
- Birth Injuries to Mother
- Blindness & Eye Injuries
- Brain & Head Injuries
- Caesarean delivery problems
- Cerebral Palsy
- Erbs Palsy
- GP Medical Negligence
- Hip Dysplasia
- Infant death
- MRSA and Superbugs
- Newborn Medical Negligence
- Orthopedic Injuries
- Prescription Errors
- Psychiatric Injury
- Shoulder Dystocia
- Spinal Injury
- Surgical Injuries
- Umbilical Cord Complications
- Vaginal tears
Birth Injury Compensation – Southampton & Hampshire
No matter what form of injury you suffered, and whether it was to the baby, child, or mother, our team will be able to advise you on whether you can claim for birth injury compensation. Southampton residents are urged to call today to speak to a specialist in clinical negligence.
Cerebral Palsy Birth Injuries
One of the more common claims that a Southampton birth injury lawyer will be required to support with is brain damage to the baby during birth. This can lead to a diagnosis of cerebral palsy.
Having a child with brain injury is extremely demanding and challenging, and you will need the right professional care and support. With effective legal representation during a birth injury claim, you can help to ensure you have the financial means in which to do this.
Our personal injury solicitors fight tooth and nail to ensure that our clients receive the very best and highest possible birth injury compensation payouts so they can transform the life of their child.
Birth Injury Solicitors – How We Work
We will always be understanding, compassionate, and professional. Our birth injury solicitors treat each case with the utmost care and respect and will always listen to you and your concerns or requests.
When processing a birth injury claim our team will look into the following scenarios. These questions will help us to achieve the best possible outcome for your Southampton birth injury claim.
- Were there problems on the cardiotocograph (CTG), your baby’s heart monitor?
- Was your labour or delivery long or poorly progressed?
- Was the possibility of fetal distress mentioned by the obstetric doctors or midwives?
- Was there any delay in the attendance of the obstetric doctors?
- Was there any delay in having an emergency caesarean section?
- Did your baby require resuscitation immediately after delivery?
- Did your baby convulse or fit shortly after delivery?
With cerebral palsy claims, our solicitors will look deeply into the events before and after the event to make sure that no stone is left uncovered. In most cases we will find instances of medical and clinical negligence that led to failures during birth that can help us claim your compensation. Cerebral palsy birth injury claims are amongst the most common in this field.
Call Today for Free Advice
For a free consultation over the telephone call us today and let us find out a bit more about your personal circumstances. We work on a no win no fee agreement as we believe all parents should have access to justice despite their financial circumstances.