20th March 2020
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Female reproductive system injury claims take a huge range of forms, from failed sterilisation resulting in unwanted pregnancies, to injuries causing infertility. The value of infertility compensation claims will also depend on factors such as whether or not the claimant would have still been able to have conceived children, and whether they already had children. In medical negligence claims, the negligent party may have already been steps to mitigate damages, such as by freezing the claimant’s eggs.
Being sterilised due to someone else’s recklessness can be a very distressing experience, upsetting a person’s plans for children and changing their lifetime goals considerably. Conversely, being the victim of clinical negligence in a sterilisation and later falling pregnant can also cause a lot of psychological trauma and frustration, with unwanted pregnancies a very difficult thing to live with.
The figures on this page represent the overall values of compensation claims Clearwater Solicitors have succeeded in, but the value of your claim could depend on a lot of factors. Coming up with an overall value for a reproductive injury compensation claim can be a challenging task, requiring a lot of close analysis of the circumstances of the injury and the prognosis for the claimant. Reproductive injuries can result in additional complications, or can cause psychological trauma, such as stress and anxiety, and these considerations will form part of a personal injury claim.
If you have suffered a reproductive injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you should speak to our personal injury solicitors about making a compensation claim. We can help you secure all the money you deserve for your damages, helping you to deal with the consequences of reproductive injuries and recover any losses you faced.
Call us on 08000 430 430 or fill in our online enquiry form to talk about your compensation claim or start making a claim today.