Gynaecological and urological treatment are complex areas of medicine, and failures by clinical staff to give proper treatment can result in lasting and, sometimes, disabling damage.
We understand that these can be difficult issues to come to terms with, and our team is known for its sensitivity and discretion. If you have suffered damage following treatment relating to women's issues of this kind, we may be able to assist you in securing the compensation you are entitled to.
How We Can Help
Our approach is tactful, efficient and thorough, and we have a history of settling very high-value claims relating to gynaecological negligence. Our team includes several former clinical professionals now practising as lawyers, giving us the detailed medical knowledge to fully investigate your claim and secure the level of compensation you need.
We offer a free initial discussion to talk through your issue, offer our opinion and guide you through the options available.
Because the damage from negligent gynaecological treatment can be subtle and yet severe enough to be life-changing, it is important that you instruct an expert solicitor with an intimate knowledge of this area of medical law.
Some examples of gynaecological injury include:
- Damage to organs or other tissues in the pelvis, including the bladder, ureter or bowel
- Poorly performed hysterectomies (including unnecessary hysterectomy for menorrhagia)
- Failure to diagnose severe tearing following childbirth, and incorrect placement of episiotomy incision
- Damage caused by medical devices such as vaginal mesh, tape or patches
There are also a range of other errors that can take place resulting in damage, and patients must give their full and informed consent to any operation – in many cases, gynaecological patients have not been supplied enough information about the risks or consequences of the procedures they are due to undergo.
If you would like to discuss a claim relating to gynaecological claims or urological treatment, or damage stemming from treatment of other women's issues, you can contact us for free, discreet and impartial advice on 0800 0730140.