Medical Negligence Claims - Antenatal & Neonatal Compensation
The birth of a child should be a precious and happy occasion, but unfortunately there are sometimes complications which lead to an injury.
These injuries can occur before birth, during and following a birth.
During your pregnancy you should be having regular checks by a doctor or midwife to monitor the health of both yourself and your unborn child. These checks should include monitoring the baby’s size, position and heartbeat, checking the mother’s blood pressure and testing for blood sugar problems or infections through urine testing. Blood tests will also need to be taken to check the mother’s blood group and their rhesus status.
These health checks must be done throughout the pregnancy so that any problems can be treated as early as possible.
Problems that are not picked up during antenatal care can result in longstanding medical issues for the mother or baby. Medical negligence during antenatal care can include things such as: a doctor that fails to spot foetal distress, insufficient amount of antenatal health checks and a failure to identify a smaller than average foetus. Whilst there are many other examples these are just a few.
Neonatal refers to the first 28 days following the birth. It is during this time that the baby should be properly monitored, and any unusual symptoms are both identified and treated by doctors to prevent it leading to something more serious or disabling.
A good example of this is hip dysplasia which all new born babies should be checked for. Failure to identify this can lead to problems with walking.
NO WIN NO FEE Solicitors For Antenatal & Neonatal Compensation Claims
If you or your baby has suffered an injury and believe it was somebody else’s fault, Mayiclaim can help you claim the antenatal or neonatal compensation you deserve.
We aim to make medical & hospital negligence claims process as stress-free as possible. Our experienced team, along with highly experienced medical negligence solicitors, will ensure your neonatal or antenatal claim is dealt with in a speedy and professional manner.
The compensation you could receive will cover many things including loss of earnings, travel expenses, medical bills, rehabilitation and any other related costs.
Our nationwide solicitors also work on a no-win-no-fee basis. Therefore, if for any reason we are unsuccessful, you will not be burdened with expensive legal fees.
If you or your baby have suffered an antenatal or neonatal injury and believe it was somebody else’s fault, fill out our Quick Claim Form and one of our fully trained friendly advisors will call you back. They will be able to offer you helpful advice and a free consultation about your circumstances.
If you then decide to proceed we will assign you a specialist solicitor with a wealth of medical & hospital negligence claims.