If you or a loved one have developed Sepsis as a result of a hospital stay or surgical procedure; or you or a family member experience a delay in diagnosis of Septicaemia, or worse still misdiagnosis of the infection, then you may be eligible to claim compensation for the suffering and harm caused.
Lanyon Bowdler’s expert team of Medical Negligence Solicitors will provide the immediate support and expert legal guidance required to investigate your claim thoroughly, giving you the best chance of securing the compensation you deserve.
Our team have experience in handling claims surrounding hospital infections, especially those claims resulting from Sepsis. We are perfectly positioned to support you, ensuring that your immediate healthcare needs are speedily, sensitively and suitably catered for. We are able to work on a no win no fee basis and our friendly and compassionate team will be sympathetic to your situation and needs. We will listen and carefully advise you as to whether you are within your rights to explore a claim for compensation.
For a free initial conversation and assessment of your circumstances, call and speak to our team today, or complete the enquiry form and we will get in touch with you.
Sepsis is also known as blood poisoning and is usually caused by micro-organisms. Their presence triggers the immune system to overreact to an injury or infection. In normal circumstances the immune system fights infection, but there are occasions when it works overtime causing inflammation throughout the entire body damaging organs and tissues.
The precise reasons why this happens are not yet fully understood.
Sepsis can be difficult to diagnose and can start with flu-like symptoms or an upset stomach. Symptoms vary between children and adults.
Sepsis kills five people every hour in the UK.
For every patient presenting with symptoms, medical staff should have a high suspicion of Sepsis and ask themselves “Could this be Sepsis?”
There has been much media coverage surrounding the treatment of Sepsis. If left undiagnosed it can quickly result in life-threatening complications such multi organ failure which can quickly escalate to death. This has led to the “Think Sepsis” campaign.
Early diagnosis is critical in preventing injury and helping with the survival of the patient. If caught early enough, the condition can be treated with antibiotics.
The UK Sepsis Trust sets out helpful guidance on how to spot Sepsis in both adults and children.
According to the trust, each year in the UK, 25,000 children are affected by Sepsis and one in four of all Sepsis survivors suffer permanent, life-changing after-effects. The trust also reports five people die in the UK every hour as a result of Sepsis.
For more about the trust, visit https://sepsistrust.org/
Serious injury or illness can have a devastating effect on the patient and their family. Lanyon Bowdler has an experienced clinical negligence team with a proven record in the field.
We can help, guide and support you through what is a very traumatic period in your life to ensure you get the compensation you need to return to as fulfilled a life as much as possible, with support for your care and living needs.
Our team will always ensure your best interests are at the centre of your case and you can be assured that we will act in a caring, sensitive and professional manner throughout proceedings.
We have offices in Telford, Shrewsbury, Oswestry, Ludlow, Hereford and Bromyard, with meeting rooms in Conwy, or can meet you at home. We work with clients all over the Midlands, Marches, North & Mid Wales and beyond.
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