Giving birth can be one of the most amazing times in the life of an individual, but if the correct care isn’t taken then it can also be an incredibly traumatising period. To help ensure that both the child and mother remain in great health a series of antenatal tests including blood tests and physical examinations are carried out, but if these are not carried out, or are not carried out correctly then you and your child could be left with a series of very serious injuries.

WHAT IS THE MEDICAL COMPENSATION 4U APPROACH TO ANTENATAL INJURY CLAIMS?

At Medical Compensation 4U we understand how difficult antenatal injury claims can be to a parent, especially if they are still coming to terms with any injuries that their child may have sustained through the birthing process, so we aim to make the process as smooth and simple as possible.

Our team of well–trained experts can work with you throughout the process every step of the way, to ensure that you will be left with a peace of mind that your claim is in safe hands – leaving you to focus on what really matters, the health of both your family and your child.

At Medical Compensation 4U we will help you to gather the evidence that you need to support your case and provide you with a range of options which are available to you. We will work with you to secure adequate compensation and ensure that it covers any additional emotional distress that you have suffered as a result.

WHAT ARE SOME COMMON ANTENATAL INJURY CLAIMS?

When it comes to making antenatal injury claims there are a range of injuries that you could make a claim for, some of the most common include:

  • Injuries to the mother during birth
  • Injuries to the child during birth
  • Misdiagnosis of pre–existing conditions
  • Lack of appropriate screening
  • Injuries received after birth as the result of negligence.

HOW CAN I MAKE A CLAIM?

When it comes to making a claim for antenatal injuries, if you believe that a medical professional has been negligent towards you and that you have been injured as a result, then you could be eligible to make a personal injury claim. Antenatal injuries can often be incredibly severe and as a result you could be left with lengthy hospital bills and further surgery requirements. Don’t suffer in silence anymore – start your personal injury claim and claim back what you are entitled to.