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What is Gestational Diabetes?
During pregnancy, it is possible for women to be affected by a particular type of diabetes known as gestational diabetes. In the UK, between 5% and 8% of pregnant women develops gestational diabetes and this usually occurs around or after the 24th to 28th week of pregnancy.
Diabetes is a group of metabolic diseases in which there are high blood sugar (glucose) levels over a prolonged period. Generally, the amount of sugar (glucose) in the blood is controlled by a hormone known as insulin. However, some women during their pregnancy have higher than usual levels of sugar in their blood and their body cannot generate enough insulin, meaning blood sugar level increases. During pregnancy, the placenta produces hormones that help the baby in the mother’s womb to grow and develop. These hormones also stop the action of the mother’s insulin, which is known as insulin resistance. Due to the resistance of insulin, the need for insulin in pregnancy is higher than normal and if the body is unable to produce this higher amount of insulin, gestational diabetes develops.
The problem becomes grave, as in many cases; gestational diabetes does not display any symptoms at all, meaning it can only be detected by a medical professional, who conducts proper screening and testing. However, some of the common symptoms, which pregnant women suffering from gestational diabetes can experience, includes:
Being thirsty constantly
Having a dry mouth constantly
The increased level of tiredness
The need to urinate more often
Infections affecting the bladder, vagina, and skin
A woman experiencing any of these symptoms during their pregnancy must seek medical professional’s advice immediately. The appropriate treatment procedure for each case will differ, but a gynaecologist should be able to offer guidance on how best to treat the condition.
If you have been a victim of medical negligence while pursuing or getting treatment for gestational diabetes, you may have a claim for compensation. At Turner White Solicitors, our expert birth injury claim solicitors can provide best legal advice, support and guidance throughout the claiming process.
When Can I Make a Gestational Diabetes Compensation Claim?
A clinical negligence claim for gestational diabetes may occur when the treatment provided to the mother or the baby, during or after the birth process, is either incorrect or inappropriate. If a patient is suffering from gestational diabetes, the condition needs to be recognized promptly, accurately, and monitored carefully by the medical professionals. The doctors must understand that any negligence can affect both the mother and the baby, leading to severe complications.
Women suffering from gestational diabetes are also at larger risk of having an overtly large size baby, which can rise the chances of a traumatic birth. In worst cases, it might lead to stillbirth. To prevent such an outcome from occurring, it might be necessary to carry a C-section delivery process in a timely way, and if the medical staff fails in the duty, injury may be caused to the infant, who may suffer brain damage due to lack of oxygen – cerebral palsy. In the foremost days of being born, the newly born baby can suffer from illness or hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar); as a result, the medical staff need to monitor the baby constantly, without fail.
If you believe that the diagnosis of gestational diabetes was delayed due to the negligence of medical professional, you may be able to make a gestational diabetes claim for damages that you and your child has suffered because of someone else’s fault. Our clinical and medical negligence solicitors can support you and your family achieve the best compensation to ensure you and your baby have proper access to medical and health related services, which you may need in the future. At Turner White Solicitors, our vastly experienced gestational diabetes claims solicitors understands the pregnancy-related compensation claims and help you and your family to secure the financial means necessary to keep moving forward and protect your future. We help victims of gestational diabetes negligence to earn compensation for pain and suffering as well as loss of earnings.
Why Should I Make a Gestational Diabetes Compensation Claim?
Making a gestational diabetes claim for compensation following a medical negligence is a significant step for various reasons because compensation is designed to help you. If you or a loved one is injured because of a medical professional’s negligence, we firmly believe you should get the compensation, which you deserve. Your gestational diabetes claim can earn you the much-needed compensation that can help you to pay your medical expenses for any current or future care and treatment as well as the compensation can recover any lost earnings after time away from work.
In addition, your claim for compensation will also highlight the neglectful treatment that are often being carried out by NHS doctors and medical staff or any other private hospital’s medical professionals. It can prevent other parents to suffer the same medical damage, which you have sadly undergone.Contact our birth injury claims solicitors for a confidential and free consultation on Freephone 01772 25 22 22. We will discuss your experience and let you know if we think you have a potential birth injury claim case.
How Much Compensation for Gestational Diabetes Will I Get?
The amount of gestational diabetes compensation awarded in this type of cases depends on a number of different aspects. These aspects can include the severity of the injury caused, combined with any financial losses, the effect the damage has had on your life outside work, and whether your gestational diabetes injury caused due to negligence will require further treatment and care – both in the immediate aftermath of the negligence and in the future.
You can find out how much gestational diabetes claim you’re entitled to by getting in touch with our birth injury solicitors today on Freephone 01772 25 22 22 or contact us online and we’ll be happy to help. We will be able to give you an indication of the potential value of your claim. However, if you want to get an estimated settlement figure before you contact us, you can always use our interactive compensation calculator to find out how much compensation you might be entitled to.
Is There a Time Limit on Making a Gestational Diabetes Compensation Claim?
Yes. You are usually required to start your legal claim within 3 years from when the incident happened or when you first realised that your injury was the consequence of a medical professional’s fault. If the claim is about a patient who can’t manage his/her own affairs because of a mental disability, the 3-year period doesn’t apply.
The best recommendation is always to start thinking about making gestational diabetes compensation claims as soon as after the actual incident takes place. Events will still be new in your mind, evidences are easier to collect and a stronger gestational diabetes compensation case more likely to be built.Therefore, the sooner you speak to a team of birth injury solicitors, the better. Begin your claim today, contact the best birth injury claims solicitors at Turner White Solicitors for a free and confidential consultation.
Does The Case Follows a No Win No Fee Claim Basis?
Yes. At Turner White Solicitors, our No Win No Fee Claim Solicitors means you won’t have to pay any legal costs if your claim is unsuccessful and it will cost you nothing to find out if you have a case. The most significant part is that the victim of gestational diabetes is not at any kind of financial risk. Our birth injury claims solicitors will also help you to understand the outcome that the medical negligence has had on your and your child’s life, and ensure that any compensation that you obtain will shield all your future requirements.
In addition, before beginning a legal case for compensation, our birth injury solicitors will confirm you on whether your case can proceed on a No Win No Fee basis. Generally, 98% of our clienteles always have right to the No Win No Fee basis.
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Our leading birth injury solicitors will look into your birth injury compensation claim case in detail, collecting relevant evidence from different well-trained medical professionals. These medical professionals evaluate what treatment and care you should have received and determines any future consequences to your wellbeing. They will also advise us on any potential treatment, which you will need in the upcoming years.
Start your claim now for gestational diabetes compensation, call our best birth injury claims solicitors for free today on 01772 25 22 22.
Make a Claim with Turner White Solicitors
At Turner White Solicitors, our clinical and medical negligence solicitors have extensive medical experience and knowledge, who can explain you thoroughly about your legal rights and advice to help you through the birth injury claims. We can also visit you at your home or hospital if you cannot visit our office. Our team of best birth injury compensation claims solicitors are made up of leading lawyers in all areas of medical practice, with a proven record of accomplishment of success in their specialist areas.
Pregnancy and childbirth is a truly ecstatic jubilant feeling, and mostly takes place without any significant difficulties. Alternatively, birth injuries do occur occasionally during pregnancy, labour or after childbirth, giving rise to various complications. When Physicians and nurses fail to follow correct measures/address complications or take too long to recommend a C-section, serious birth injuries may take place. In some circumstances, this can result in lifelong health complications for the child, who may need around-the-clock care. These errors may amount medical negligence or birth injury negligence. During childbirth, it is likely that the mother or the baby can be injured due to medical negligence. This can happen due to mistakes made by medical professionals or due to medical equipment that may be faulty or inaccurate which causes professional to come to wrong conclusions. Although it is very difficult to avoid medical negligence completely since anyone can make a mistake, it can however be reduced significantly.
Medical Professionals are usually qualified with many levels of training provided to them
before they start treating patients in hospitals. However, sometimes it is possible for them to make mistakes when it comes to childbirth. Childbirth
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Medical Professionals should be aware of and should consider any medical conditions the mother has before the delivery of the child takes place. Doctors should monitor the progress of the preganancy and observe whether both the mother and baby are okay whilst the final stages of the pregnancy progresses.
Types of Birth Injury Negligence
Some of the most prevalant types of birth injury claims that we often deal with are:
- Cerebral Palsy
- Ectopic Pregnancy
- Maternal Sepsis
- Gestational Diabetes
- Congenital Hip Dysplasia
- Hyperbilirubinemia and Kernicterus
- Maternal Birth Injuries
- Child Injury
When Can I Make A Birth Injury Claim?
Being informed that you or your baby has suffered from a birth injury is one of the most terrifying news that a parent can face. At times, complications can be instigated by a birth defect through error. However, many birth related injuries could be predicted beforehand as long as the medical staff identify the cautionary sign, and act promptly when an emergency arises, then a disastrous injury can be avoided. Sadly, this is not always the case and medical errors do occur. And, when birth injury occurs because a medical professional has been negligent in their duty of care, you may be eligible to make a birth injury claim for compensation.
Our clinical and medical negligence solicitors can support you and your family achieve the best compensation to ensure you have the proper access to medical and health related services, which you or your child may need in the future. At Turner White Solicitors, our vastly experienced birth injury claims solicitors understands your birth injury compensation claims and help you and your family to secure the financial means necessary to keep moving forward and pretect your future.
Why Should I Make A Birth Injury Compensation Claim?
The compensation you recieve will help you pay for future expenses for yourself and the baby such as medical expenses and and treatment. In addition, if your baby is born with Cerebral Palsy, they may require wheelchairs and hoists in the future for when they grow older. Alternatively, if your baby needs clock nursing care that makes your financial position difficult, compensation can support you completely. Your claim for compensation will also highlight the neglectful behaviour of medical services and may cause the health service to reflect this and minimise clinical negligence in the future. Hence, decreasing the chance of clinical negligence in the future.