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Hysterectomy Complication Claims
If you have experienced complications after undergoing a hysterectomy, you could be entitled to claim compensation. JMW specialises in medical negligence cases like these and can help you win the compensation you deserve by.
The team is highly experienced and can provide you with compassionate, approachable advice and support throughout the process. We will provide a free initial assessment of your claim and help you to determine the best course of action, maximising your chances of a positive outcome. We are able to take on cases on a no win, no fee basis.
To find out how we can help you with your hysterectomy complication claim, call us on 0345 872 6666 if you have suffered due to medical negligence, or complete our online enquiry form to request a call back at your convenience.
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How JMW Can Help
If you have experienced hysterectomy complications, JMW’s medical negligence team will provide easy-to-understand advice on how to launch a compensation claim. We will help you build a strong case, where negligence resulting in injury occurred, that will achieve the best possible outcome and will guide you through the process to make claiming the compensation you deserve as easy as possible.
We appreciate how distressing your situation can be, which is why we will always work to make the legal claim process as straightforward and stress-free as possible.
Headed by leading solicitor Eddie Jones, our medical negligence team is among the most highly regarded in the UK, including members of the Law Society's specialist panel of clinical negligence solicitors, as well as the Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA) panel for solicitors.
How to Make a Hysterectomy Complication Claim
Complications from hysterectomies can result in lasting medical consequences, as well as significant emotional distress. When this occurs as a result of clinical negligence, it is vital to seek expert legal advice on a potential compensation claim, as this can deliver a significant improvement to your quality of life.
Compensation can help to cover the cost of medical expenses and lost earnings, and in many cases can make life more comfortable, thereby easing the trauma of suffering medical negligence.
The team at JMW will help you build the strongest possible legal case by consulting independent medical experts to obtain evidence that you were the victim of negligent care. We will use this to settle your claim at the earliest opportunity to help you to move on with your life.
The amount of compensation you will be awarded can vary depending on the severity of your complications. In one case handled by JMW, a 46-year-old woman received £620,000 in compensation after a botched hysterectomy resulted in PTSD and bowel damage, meaning she required a temporary colostomy.
What is a hysterectomy?
A hysterectomy is a major surgical procedure in which a woman's uterus is removed. It is used to address health problems affecting the female reproductive system, including:
- Heavy periods
- Chronic pelvic pain
- Cancer of the ovaries, uterus, cervix and fallopian tubes, as well as non-cancerous tumours (fibroids)
There are various types of hysterectomy that remove varying amounts of the reproductive system, depending on the medical needs of the patient. Although hysterectomies are fairly common, they are invasive procedures with long recovery periods and an element of risk.
What are the most common hysterectomy complications?
As with any medical procedure, a hysterectomy can sometimes lead to complications. These can include:
If any of these complications arise, it is vital that the injury is identified and treated appropriately before it causes further issues for the patient. When this fails to happen as a result of medical negligence, it can lead to serious long-term health consequences, and it may be possible for the patient to make a claim for compensation.