Birth Injuries SolicitorsHave you been the victim of a negligent birth?
If you or your newborn were injured due to a negligent midwife, doctor or healthcare professional then you maybe able to make a no win, no fee claim for compensation to pay for any care you or your newborn needs after the birth.
We understand that this will be a distressing time for you, your partner and family. Birth injuries can be catastrophic and such conditions like cerebral palsy can place a huge amount of strain on you and your family, both psychologically and financially. This is why Mercury Legal can help. Our medical negligence solicitors have extensive experience in helping parents like you bring a claim against a hospital or clinic to provide to help pay for physiotherapists, speech and language therapists and occupational therapists.
Claim for Midwife Negligence?
If you feel that you have a claim for compensation because of the negligent care you received at childbirth from your midwife then you should get in touch with use. Our clinical negligence solicitors will be able to help you with a claim for injuries including:
- Cerebral Palsy
- Ectopic Pregnancy
- Still Birth/ Neonatal Death
- Baby Hip Dysplasia
- Birth Defects
- Injuries to Mother in Child Birth
Can I Make a Claim?
We are able to assist you in dealing with complaints, seeking answers or making a claim for you. We have a professional team dealing with birth and maternity claims.
Whatever your claim or worry, we will help you and guide you through the entire claims process. Complete our claim form and we can start your claim today.
Claiming For Medical Negligence Compensation
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