Surgical Mesh Implant Claims
Surgical Mesh Implants have been used to treat women suffering from Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) and Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI), it is a permanent implant which is designed to provide support to the bladder and other organs. However, a recent review of the use of the implant has identified that there has been widespread use of defective mesh in the UK and a failure by medical professionals to warn patients of the potential risks of treatment and advise on viable alternatives.
There has been a systematic failure by the NHS and private clinics to regulate the use of mesh implants in the UK, our experienced medical negligence solicitors at P.A Duffy & Co can help you make a claim for compensation if you feel you have been treated negligently. Moreover, we can make a claim for compensation against the manufacturers for producing a defective product which has caused personal injury.
The personal injury caused by such negligence has led to many women suffering serious complications, including:
How do I make a claim for surgical mesh implant compensation?
If you have suffered injury following a surgical mesh implant and you believe that this was as a result of negligence on the part of a doctor or other healthcare practitioner, you are advised to speak to a solicitor as soon as possible.
If you ask us to represent you, we will begin by gathering information about the incident and determining what happened and who was at fault. We'll compile supporting documentation for your assertion and get in touch with the appropriate health trust to inform them of the claim.
We will ask our medical experts to carry out examinations and write a report about the injuries you have suffered. This will form the basis of your case.
If the other party accepts fault, we will negotiate with them to come to an agreement on the amount of damages you should get. Your case will move to court if they dispute responsibility, or the amount of compensation provided is insufficient. We'll make sure you have our full support and are well-represented at all times.
What will I receive compensation for in a surgical mesh implant claim?
Compensation can be awarded for a range of issues, including:
Pain and suffering
Reduction in quality of life, or being unable to enjoy normal activities
Financial losses, such as loss of earnings
How much surgical mesh implant compensation will I receive?
The size of these types of compensation payments varies widely depending on the severity of what has happened. If you speak to us about your case, we will be able to give you an initial idea of the range of compensation that is generally awarded for the type of injury you have sustained.
How can I finance a surgical mesh implant compensation claim?
We know that funding a compensation claim might be a worry, so we offer a range of options. These include:
Legal expenses cover
After the Event insurance (ATE insurance)
What is the time limit for bringing a surgical mesh implant compensation claim?
For an adult, there is a three-year time limit for bringing a medical negligence claim in the UK and a two-year time limit for the Republic of Ireland. This is known as the limitation period. It runs either from the date of the negligent incident or the date that you became aware of the injury you suffered.
In the case of a child, the three-year (UK) and two-year (ROI) time limit runs from the date of their 18th birthday.
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