Birth Injury Claims


Birth injury claims are an extremely sensitive and emotive subject. After a birth injury, the claimant or family may not want to pursue the claim due to the upsetting circumstances. Our extensive range of qualified solicitors have a wealth of expertise and knowledge to help you through an incredibly difficult time and make a claim as stress-free as possible.

Birth injury claims are a specialist area of law which falls under medical negligence, so it is important that you choose a suitably trained and experienced solicitor to handle your claim. You can pursue a birth injury claim for a wide range of reasons, from children suffering an injury during birth or mothers experiencing negligible treatment or care whilst pregnant or when giving birth.

Negligence throughout pregnancy

When you are expecting a child, it is essential that you receive the proper care and support throughout the pregnancy. You place a great deal of trust in the doctors and midwifery teams who are responsible for your care. Whilst there are many thousands of dedicated doctors and midwifery teams who offer exceptional pregnancy care, there are occasions when this care fails and expectant mothers are either not treated correctly or not diagnosed with a serious condition which can have detrimental effects on the baby.

If this has happened to you, then you may be entitled to make a birth injury claim. There are many conditions that your midwifery and teams should be checking for, such as diabetes, pre-eclampsia or high blood pressure, both of which can be extremely dangerous for mother and baby. If you have one of these conditions that wasn’t properly diagnosed or treated promptly, you may be entitled to a pursue birth injury claims.

Furthermore, if your healthcare professionals have failed to carry out proper screening to detect potentially life-threatening or debilitating conditions such as hole in the heart, spina bifida or Down syndrome, you can also make a claim. Claims such as these can also take into consideration the costs of caring for a disabled child and potential costs that you may incur in the future.

Contact Accident Advice Helpline today. We can offer professional advice as to whether you have a claim. One of our friendly team of advisors will forward your information onto a solicitor, who will review your case and contact you with a no-obligation consultation. What’s more, if you decide to continue your claim with us, all of our partner solicitors operate on a no win no fee* basis.

Just dial 0800 689 0500 now to find out more about claiming and to discuss your accident with an adviser.

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