Surgery Claims & Compensation

Surgery Claims & Compensation

surgery compensation claimsMedical Solicitors help people who have suffered from complications with Surgery due to Medical Negligence. Our specialist solicitors have handled many different types of surgical medical negligence claims and have recovered large sums in compensation for complications with surgery that has injured patients.

Do contact our friendly team of specialist lawyers at Medical Solicitors about whether your treatment was reasonable or not. We can advise whatever type of surgical complication it may be. Our friendly team will speak to you free to charge to assess your case.

You have nothing to lose in speaking to us. We conduct most of our Clinical and Medical Negligence claims under ‘No Win, No Fee’ agreements, also known as Conditional Fee Agreements. So, you do not have to worry about how you are going to afford to bring a claim.

Types of Surgery Claims

The following is a list of the more common types of claims associated with surgery. Please click on the links below to take you to more detailed information on each subject:

Bleeding after surgery

Consent issues and surgery

Cosmetic surgery

Infection after surgery

Failed Surgery and Surgical Errors

Failed Sterilisation/Failed vasectomy


Waking up under Anaesthetic

Vaginal Mesh problems

The following is an examples of a real cases involving complications of surgery:

Our Director, Caroline Moore, is presently handling a £1M claim relating to failures in pre-operative surgical blood screening, surgical error as well as substandard post-operative care. A catalogue of alleged errors before, during and after surgery led to bleeding into the surgical cavity in the chest, cardiac tamponade (pressure on the heart), heart attack, brain damage and tragically, a low awareness persistent vegetative state (PVS) for a 2 year period before death.

Why bring a case for negligent care related to surgery?

A patient, not happy about their care, may understandably wish to bring a medical negligence claim for compensation. They may also want to try and prevent mistakes happening to other cancer patients in the future.

There can be many good reasons for asking Medical Lawyers whether you should bring a case for compensation. You, or a loved one, may feel that:

  • Surgery has gone wrong and the Surgical or Nursing team have not taken your complaints seriously.
  • The wrong procedure was done or you did not give consent to all that was done.
  • Appointments for surgery kept being cancelled and rearranged.
  • Delayed surgery has meant that more extensive surgery was needed.
  • Surgery done too late has prolonged a recovery.
  • Late surgery has taken away any chance of a cure.
  • You need help with an Inquest into a death after surgery.

We often take on medical negligence  cases for families after they have lost their relative after surgery. We represent the family, including the children of the family, in such circumstances and can assist with Inquests into a death.

Complications with surgery can have devastating effects not just on the patient, but their loved ones, who may be reliant on them financially, as well as emotionally.

What can Medical Solicitors do for you in a compensation claim?

Follow our links below to quickly access our information pages about how we can help with a complaint about care, Inquests into a death, funding a medical negligence claim relating to surgery, and more:


Contact our  Medical & Clinical Negligence Claims Solicitors

We provide urgent legal advice and support for patients anywhere in England & Wales. We have doctors and barristers located all over the UK, who provide us with meeting facilities, in London, Birmingham, Sheffield, Yorkshire, Oxford, Manchester, Leeds, Hull, Liverpool, Newcastle and beyond.

Our team will travel to see clients. We think it best to see our clients in the comfort of their own home over a cup of tea. You are not a number to us. Call or email our friendly team free of charge for specialist legal advice on a no win no fee basis today.

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