Compensation claim news
02/06/2011

Women cite medical negligence after bladder surgery

A claim for medical negligence compensation has been launched against the NHS after nearly 400 women claimed to have gone through bladder operations which were either incorrect or avoidable.

Many of the women had only been suffering minor bladder problems until they saw the consultant in question who recommended surgery. The bladder conditions deteriorated for lots of the women who underwent surgery and many were left with severe incontinence.

The case against Liverpool Women's NHS Trust is considered to be one of the largest group claims ever carried out and could result in a payout in excess of ten million pounds.

A small percentage of the 400 claims have already been processed with the NHS admitting liability and paying medical negligence compensation to many of them.

 

 
 
 
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