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One of the most common types of medical claim involves negligence during or associated with giving birth. The UK has one of the worst maternal mortality rates in Europe with 8.2 deaths per 100,000 live births. (Source Guardian).
Birth negligence cases are on the increase as a result of budget cuts and an ever increasing workload. Patients and their children deserve better.
If something goes wrong during before or after childbirth, or resulting from a termination, you or your family may be entitled to claim medical compensation. If you would like to talk to a specialist solicitor about a possible birth related negligence matter, we would be happy to assist. Our specialist team can advise you on any of the following conditions:
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Just a few years ago, the UK had one of the worst maternal mortality rates in Europe with 8.2 deaths per 100,000 live births
We can help with cases involving any of the following circumstances:
There are many other situations that could give rise to a claim but the above list represents some of the more common types. Please also read our related pages on pregnancy negligence in the NHS:
There are many other situations that could give rise to a claim but the above list represents some of the more common types.
For more information – please contact our specialist Birth Injury Legal Team for an informal discussion. We might not be able to turn back the clock, but we can help you get the justice you deserve where you or your family have been the victim of medical negligence.
Please also consider visiting the SANDS charity website who provide support and counselling for those affected by stillbirth and neo-natal death.
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