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Obstetric negligence claims

Our specialist obstetric negligence claim solicitors have helped many mothers claim compensation after they have sustained a birth injury through medical negligence.

Making an obstetric negligence claim

The most common type of obstetric negligence claim following childbirth is where the mother has sustained an injury to her perineum and/or vagina. These obstetric injuries can be very painful and result in complex problems, like bowel incontinence and sexual dysfunction. Below are detailed some of the problems that can occur as a result of negligent care of a mother during childbirth.

Types of birth injuries to mothers...

How can we help you?

If you have sustained any of the above obstetric injuries and think that you may have done so as a result of negligent care, please contact one of our specialist negligence claim solicitors who will be able to advise if you can bring a claim for compensation. Call 0800 307 7620 or email [email protected].

Please note that there are time limitations on making a claim, for further information click here.

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