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Infertility Compensation Claim
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 suffer from infertility and it isn’t your fault, get in touch with the experienced team at Tylers today. Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can help you to get the compensation that you are entitled to. Whether you’ve become infertile after an accident, as a result of medication or following a surgery gone-wrong, get in touch with our team today. Thanks to our no-win, no-fee legal services, you’ll be able to bring the person, healthcare professional or company responsible for your injuries to justice.
Our no-win, no-fee legal team has more than 10 years’ experience in personal injury and medical negligence claims. We have helped people from all walks of life to get the compensation they are entitled to following their accidents. So long as you can prove that the infertility wasn’t your fault, you’ll be entitled to compensation. For more information, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our experienced team today.
What is Infertility?
Infertility is the condition used to describe a couple’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.
It is possible for infertility to be a temporary side effect of other medical treatments. In these cases, it can be resolved simply by stopping the medication you are on. It is also possible for a range of other conditions to cause permanent infertility. In these cases, you may be required to search for alternate routes to have children. This can include medical treatments like IVF, IUI or social solutions like adoption.
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we understand just how devastating infertility can be to your life. Our team of no-win, no-fee legal experts can help you get the compensation that you are entitled to. This compensation will not help with your symptoms, but it can make your life easier in the future. It can also open a range of treatments, including private IVF and other medical solutions.
Common Questions About Infertility Compensation in the UK:
- How Much Compensation Can I Get for Infertility Claims in the UK?
- What are the Different Causes of Infertility?
- Can Infertility be Treated?
- Am I Eligible to Make Infertility Compensation Claims in the UK?
The level of compensation that you receive will depend on a variety of different factors. These can include factors like:
- The Severity of Your Injuries.
- Any Psychological Impact.
- Your Age and Gender.
- The Conditions Around Your Infertility.
You’ll also be able to make a claim for any pain and suffering that you’ve been forced to undergo. If you’ve been involved in an accident or suffered damage which required you to take time of work, you could also make a claim for lost wages.
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can help you to get the maximum amount of compensation for your infertility and injuries. Whether you’ve suffered total infertility, reduced sex drive or other medical concerns, get in touch with our team today. We can help you to make medical negligence, personal injury or accident at work claims for compensation against the person or company responsible.
|Type of Infertility Injury or Condition||Description||Amount of Compensation|
|Total Impotence and Loss of Sexual Function (Male)||The total impotence and loss of sexual function in a male. This will have no cosmetic symptoms but can have serious psychological impacts.||£70,000 to £118,240.|
|Sterility (Male)||If you’ve been left sterile following a surgical or medical mistake, or after a physical accident. This will largely depend on the age and family of the male affected. For example, if you already have children, you are likely to receive less compensation than someone without children.||£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.||£5,280 to £148,540.|
|Infertility Resulting from Misdiagnosis||If you suffered any kind of medical condition which results in infertility which was originally diagnosed as another concern.||£27,140 to £89,560.|
The amount of compensation that you receive will take your current family status into consideration (whether you already have children). It will also focus on your age, and the likelihood that you would have had children in the future.
There are many different causes of infertility in the UK. These can be due to genetic conditions, illnesses or suffering physical injury. If you sustain any injury which damages your reproductive system, you could be at a higher risk of infertility.
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.
If you’ve suffered a physical accident that has affected your reproductive system, then you could be left infertile. Crushing and stabbing injuries around the groin and lower body can cause infertility. Some head injuries can lead to impotence and reduced sex drive.
It is possible for surgery to leave you infertile if it goes wrong. If you’ve undergone any surgery to resolve endometriosis or lower body health concerns, then your fertility can be affected. This medical negligence can also impact your sex drive.
There are many different medical conditions which can lead to infertility in men and women. These include:
- Lack of Regular Ovulation.
- Blocked/Damaged Fallopian Tubes.
- Uterine Polyps.
- Retrograde Ejaculation.
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).
Laparoscopy is a group of outpatient procedures which rely on fibre optic telescopes inserted through an incision near the navel. These include:
- Tuboplasty – Fallopian Tube Repair.
- Ovarian Cystectomy – Removal of Ovarian Cysts.
- Treatment of Endometriosis.
- Myomectomy – Removal of Fibroids.
- Lysis – Adhesions Removal.
Hysteroscopy surgeries will feature a fibre optic telescope inserted through the cervix and into the uterus. These surgeries can include:
- Lysis – The Removal of Intrauterine Adhesions.
- Myomectomy – The Removal of Harmful Fibroids.
- Corrective Surgeries – Correction of Uterus Congenital Abnormalities, including Uterine Septum.
Microsurgery is small, localised and highly-skilled surgery. This includes:
- Microsurgical Tubal Reanastomosis – Reconnects Fallopian Tubes.
- Salpingectomy – Removal of Damaged Fallopian Tubes.
- Salpingostomy – Create a New Opening to Avoid Fallopian Blockage.
- Fimbrioplasty – Rebuilt Fringed Ends of a Fallopian Tube.
Intrauterine insemination is a type of fertility treatment. It involves the injection of high-quality sperm directly into a woman’s womb. It can be undertaken either by single mothers using a donation, or by couples who otherwise struggle to conceive.
In vitro fertilisation, known as IVF, is a medical treatment wherein the egg is fertilised by high-quality sperm outside the body. Once the egg is fertilised, it will then be injected into the mother’s womb to grow as a normal foetus.
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.
Here at Tylers Solicitors, our no-win, no-fee legal experts are here to help you get the compensation you are entitled to. However you’ve sustained your infertility condition, if it is due to someone else’s actions, you will be able to claim for compensation. Infertility can be caused by handling harmful chemicals, being in an accident or due to serious medical mistakes. For more information on the wide range of infertility personal injury claims that we can provide, get in touch with our expert team today. We will help you to understand if you have a viable claim against another person, your employer or a medical professional.
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Get in Touch with Tylers Solicitors for Infertility Compensation and Claims in the UK
For more than 10 years, the no-win, no-fee legal experts at Tylers have all kinds of people to get the compensation they need to move on with their lives. You’ll be able to make a claim for compensation following any kind of accident, medical negligence or surgery which affected your fertility. Whether you’re male or female, get in touch with our experienced team today.
For more information, don’t hesitate to call our professional solicitors directly. You can reach our no-win, no-fee legal experts today by calling us on 0800 699 0079. If you prefer, you can email our legal team directly. You can send any questions or concerns that you might have through our simple online contact form. Just leave us your contact information and we’ll get back to you as soon as we possibly can.