Infertility Compensation Claims Information
Whether you already have children or not, infertility can be a serious problem. This condition can make it impossible for you and your partner to conceive. If you are left infertile following an accident or medical treatment gone wrong, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today. Infertility can be devastating, particularly to young couples who want to conceive in the near future. Although there are other options available, including adoption, infertility can still be devastating. If you have become infertile as the direct result of someone else’s negligence, we are here for you.
How Do Infertility Accident Claims Happen?
Infertility is the term used to describe a couple’s or individual’s inability to conceive (get pregnant). It is possible for both men and women to become infertile. There are many potential causes of infertility, including medical conditions, accidents and clinical negligence. This condition can be a devastating blow to anyone looking to start a family or have children. If you have become infertility as the direct outcome of an accident that was not your fault, we are here for you to help you to claim the maximum amount of compensation you are entitled to.
Can I Make An Infertility Accident Claim?
If you are a victim of a comminuted fracture that was caused by negligence of another person, you are eligible to make a compensation claim. This claim can be filed against a number of different people. For instance, you can file a claim against your employer if you are injured in the workplace, against the council if you have sustained injury on public land, or against the driver or road user in the event of an accident.
How Do I Make An Infertility Compensation Claim?
If you’ve been left infertile following any kind of accident, medical negligence or surgical mistake, get in touch with our team today. Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can help you to get the compensation that you are entitled to. Infertility can be a devastating blow to any young family and can force you to undergo extensive and costly medical treatments to attempt to conceive. You can reach our experienced team directly by calling us on 0800 699 0079. You can also use our simple online contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Why Should I Make a Comminuted Fracture Claim?
It is possible for medical negligence to cause infertility. For example, some medications will cause infertility as a temporary side-effect. If you are allergic or react badly to some kinds of medication, you could be left with permanent infertility.
Infertility Accident Compensation Amounts
If you have had an accident that has resulted in infertility, we are here for you to help you to claim the maximum amount of compensation you are entitled to. Want to know the average amount of compensation you can claim? Use our quick infertility compensation calculator below to calculate the average compensation you will receive.
Total Impotence and Loss of Sexual Function (Male)
If you have had an accident which has caused the total impotence and loss of sexual function, then you may be able to claim.
£70,000 to £118,240
If you are unfortunate enough to suffer sterility as a result of medical or surgical negligence or a physical accident, you will be able to claim compensation.
£14,960 to £112,100
Infertility, Including Psychological Concerns and Scarring
If you’ve suffered medical negligence or been involved in an accident which has left your sterile. These injuries will often include psychological and physical pains. The compensation amount will largely depend on the age and family status of the injured party and psychological impact the infertility causes. Then you will be able to make a claim.
£5,280 to £148,500
Infertility Resulting From Misdiagnosis
If you suffered any kind of medical condition which results in infertility which was originally diagnosed as another concern., then you will be able to make a claim for infertility compensation.
£27,140 to £89,560
Frequently Asked Questions
What Are the Common Conditions Causing Infertility?
There are many different medical conditions which can lead to infertility in men and women. In women, these include: Lack of Regular Ovulation, Blocked/Damaged Fallopian Tubes, Endometriosis, Infection, Uterine Polyps. In men, these include: Varicocele, Retrograde Ejaculation, Infections. Whatever reason you have suffered from infertility, we are here for you.
Are Tylers A No-Win, No-Free Infertility Accident Claims Solicitors?
Yes – Tylers Solicitors are no-win, no-fee infertility claims solicitors, which means if you lose your case, you do not pay us a fee. Here at Tylers, it is our aim to ensure that you receive the maximum amount of compensation you deserve. If your claim falls through and you do not receive an award, then we do not take a payment for our services.
Why Choose Tylers Solicitors To Begin Your Claim For Compensation?
Tylers Solicitors will always strive to get you the maximum compensation amount possible for the Infertility injuries you have suffered after your accident, along with any loss of earnings and medical costs incurred. We also value the solicitor/client relationship very highly throughout the claims process and believe that communication is the key to a successful compensation claim. If you have suffered from infertility as the direct outcome of someone else’s negligence, we are here for you.
Can Infertility be Treated?
In many cases, infertility cannot be treated. Long-term damage to your reproductive organs can sometimes be impossible to repair. There is medication available to regulate ovulation and encourage healthy sperm. This may not treat infertility, but it can increase chances of conception. There are several surgical options to treat infertility in the UK. There are surgeries available for both male and female patients. These surgeries can include: Laparoscopy (Female), Hysteroscopy (Female), Microsurgery (Female), Ejaculatory Duct Resection (Male), Varicocele Repair (Male).
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