Bowel and bladder damage compensation claims

If you have suffered bowel or bladder damage because of failings in your medical care and treatment our specialist medical negligence solicitors are here to help.

At Enable Law, we approach bowel and bladder damage cases with the compassion and understanding they deserve. Our legal team is dedicated to providing personalised support, guiding you through the legal process, and ensuring your voice is heard. We strive to achieve fair and just compensation for the challenges you’ve faced, allowing you to focus on your recovery and rebuilding your life.

If you believe you have a case where you have suffered preventable bowel or bladder damage, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

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Understanding bowel and bladder damage

Common circumstances that result in bowel or bladder damage where negligence is a factor include:

  • incorrect insertion or management of a catheter or Infection from catheterization
  • Trans-Vaginal Tap (TVT) and Mesh
  • not getting the right care whilst giving birth
  • a misdiagnosed or untreated tumour
  • spinal surgery going wrong
  • Cauda Equina Syndrome
  • surgical errors or negligence

Bladder injury & surgery damage

Our solicitors are experienced in helping people when their surgery has gone wrong and has resulted in bladder injury. This can include perforations, rupture or prolapse of the bladder. It may be the case that you were having a procedure involving your bladder that was not properly carried out or that your bladder was affected when different surgery went wrong. That could result from a Caesarean section or hysterectomy, for example.

We’re here to help. You can call us on 0800 0448488 or email or request a call back

Your rights and eligibility

If you have suffered bowel or bladder damage and believe it may have been avoidable, you may have a claim. We can help you get answers about what happened and access compensation.

How can compensation help?

Suffering bowel or bladder damage can have a serious impact on your physical and mental wellbeing.

Compensation can help pay for:

  • medical expenses & specialist medical support
  • lost income
  • rehabilitation
  • Home modifications
  • Assistive medical devices

For many people, compensation claims are as much about getting answers as they are about accessing financial support to help deal with the repercussions of what has happened to them. We can also help you get an explanation or apology, and help stopping others suffering in the same way in the future.

Trusted expertise

As expert solicitors focusing on serious injury, medical negligence, mental capacity and education, you can trust us to get the best results for you.

We know how hard it is to deal with the harm you or a loved one has suffered. We’ll support you with empathy every step of the way.

We can help you on a no win no fee basis, meaning you don’t need to worry about funding legal costs

Our support doesn’t end after a claim. We can help you with your financial affairs after settlement and introduce you to charities and organisations that might be able to help you going forward.

Choosing a bowel and bladder damage compensation lawyer

Having worked with many people on their claims for bowel or bladder damage involving incontinence, we understand how seriously it can affect your day-to-day life. Our team is here to listen to you in a professional, supportive and caring way.

Our team of experienced bladder and bowel negligence lawyers are ready to help – call now for a confidential, friendly chat about how we are able to help you.

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Charities we work with

There are a number of charities that offer help, advice and support to people affected by bowel and bladder damage, including carers.

They include:

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Expert legal help following a serious personal injury

If you’ve suffered a serious injury, speak to one of our specialist serious injury solicitors now for a free, confidential discussion of your claim.

Bowel and bladder damage compensation FAQs

The amount of compensation awarded for bowel and bladder injuries varies depending on the specific impact those injuries have had on an individual and the financial expenses and/or losses the injury has or will lead to.

For adults with full mental capacity there is usually a three year time limit in which to bring a claim, beginning from either the date of the negligence or the date you became aware of negligence. For injuries to children and those without full mental capacity, the time limits are different.

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