Pre-Eclampsia


The NHS state around 2% of pregnancies develop pre-eclampsia. For assistance with your pre-eclampsia misdiagnosis claims, look no further than our team.

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Pre-Eclampsia

A condition that affects the second half of pregnancy. The signs of Pre-eclampsia include high blood pressure and protein in urine. In some instances swelling, headaches, pain below the ribs and problems with eyesight can occur.

Whilst usually the condition isn’t serious, pre-eclampsia can lead to more serious complications for both mum and baby. Close monitoring and early treatment is recommended because the earlier the condition is diagnosed and treatment given the better the outcome.

The NHS state that around 2% of pregnancies develop pre-eclampsia and medical conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, lupus or some other conditions can increase the risk of developing pre-eclampsia.

Usually pregnant mums would have tests including protein after 20 weeks of pregnancy and then at regular intervals during the term

How can we help?

Negligence Claimline are specialists in compensation claims. We have helped many people make a compensation claim for delayed diagnosis of pre-eclampsia. If you have experienced a delay in diagnosis or treatment for pre-eclampsia, you could be entitled to make a compensation claim.

Here at Negligence Claimline our friendly team are here to help you get the support you need. Working with a panel of specialist medical negligence solicitors, we can assist you with your potential claim.

Sometimes an apology is enough, but in other cases compensation will be the only solution to help you get your life back on track.

Our service, putting you in contact with one of our expert panel members, is free and you are not obliged to take the advice the solicitor gives you, or to progress your claim any further if you do not wish.

Can I sue the NHS?

The NHS was created so that good healthcare should be available to all, and it is one of the country’s proudest achievements. However, if something goes wrong during your treatment you deserve answers and, where necessary, financial compensation.

We do not treat your claim lightly. However, the treatment you consider negligent must be considered unreasonable, irresponsible, and harmful.

When someone suffers an injury that impacts their live, or that of a loved one, then it is vital that the NHS has the procedures in place to both compensate the patient and learn from their mistakes.

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If you believe that you, or a loved one, have suffered an injury as a result of medical or clinical negligence then call our friendly team on 0330 355 9210* where they will take some details and pass them to a team of specialist solicitors.