Birth injuries to the mother claims
Birth injuries to the mother can have devastating and life-long consequences. Some of the most common birth injuries that can affect the mother during childbirth include:
- Vaginal tears
- Incorrect suturing (stitching) following an episiotomy or a Caesarean section
- Failure to manage pre-eclampsia or other infections
We have won many birth injury cases and are experts in the field. We will ensure that you receive adequate compensation for your pain and suffering and to fund any treatment or rehabilitation that you may require as a result of the birth injury you suffered.
Call Freephone 0800 358 3848
If you have suffered a birth injury during childbirth, our specialist team of solicitors can help you recover the compensation you and your family deserve, Call us today or start your claim online and we will call you back.
You can speak to any member of our medical negligence compensation team. All enquiries are completely free of charge and we will investigate all funding options for you including legal aid and no win, no fee.
Contact us on freephone 0800 358 3848
Or start your claim online.
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