sepsis negligence

Sepsis Negligence Claims

About Sepsis Negligence Claims

Our experienced medical negligence solicitors at Solicitors on your Side will help you with your sepsis negligence claims, so you can come out with the best compensation in the most stress-free and easy way. If you have experienced negligence concerning sepsis diagnosis, treatment or process, we highly recommend that you contact Solicitors On Your Side now. We can deal with your claim in the most professional way, so you can come out with the best possible outcome during such a traumatic experience.

What is sepsis?

Sepsis is a severe and life-threatening condition during which the immune system causes damage to healthy tissues and organs. Sepsis is an extreme reaction of the body to an infection. It is a medical emergency that needs treating promptly to avoid life-threatening complications such as organ damage, organ failure and can even be fatal. Sepsis is caused by infection and usually starts in the; skin, urinary tract, lung or gastronomical tract.

Usually, sepsis starts with a bacterial infection but can also be caused by viral infections such as; COVID-19. The people who are most likely to get sepsis and face complications from it are, including;

  • People with chronic medical conditions that can affect the immune system, such as; lung disease or diabetes
  • Adults aged 65 or older
  • People with weakened immune systems
  • Sepsis survivors
  • Children under the age of one

The symptoms of sepsis include; fever and shivering, confusion, pain and discomfort, excessive sweating, shortness of breath and high blood pressure. It is extremely essential to be able to diagnose sepsis as soon as possible. If the professional fails to do so, and you faced medical complications due to it, we highly recommend that you contact Solicitors On Your Side now!

How can sepsis be treated negligently?

Identified sepsis needs treating within the first hour of the detected symptoms. If the professional fails to diagnose sepsis in time, it can lead to grave complications that could even be fatal. In most circumstances, if detected early, antibiotics should be given as a treatment for sepsis. However, during a viral infection, antibiotics don’t work, you must wait for your immune system to start tackling the virus. During more pressing circumstances, you may need more severe treatments like blood transfusions. There is a range of things that are considered negligent during the diagnosis and treatment of sepsis, including:

  • Failing to diagnose sepsis on time, leading to delayed treatment and severe complications
  • Misdiagnosis of sepsis, which can lead to incorrect treatment and further complications
  • Failing to provide the correct treatment
  • Providing treatment in a negligent way
  • Refusing to provide treatment at all

How can I claim for sepsis negligence?

The incorrect treatment of sepsis can cause severe complications to your health. It is remarkably crucial to treat sepsis very urgently and seriously, following the correct procedure to ensure safety to the patient in the best way. If you have been treated negligently whilst you were ill with sepsis, we highly recommend that you contact Solicitors On Your Side to get fair compensation for such unjust treatment.

Our experienced medical negligence solicitors will make sure to make your process as stress-free and easy as possible, ensuring that you come out with the best possible outcome and highest compensation. We will stand by you throughout the entire process, making sure you always feel comfortable and confident to voice your story, in the most detailed way.

How much compensation will I get?

Usually, the amount of compensation depends on how much damage you have faced due to negligence. Damage can be physical, mental and even financial. The best way to find out how much compensation you may get is by contacting Solicitors On Your Side now. Our experienced solicitors in medical negligence will help allow you to get the highest possible compensation in the most stress-free and easy way.

Contact our Solicitors now!

Contact us now! Solicitors on Your Side can offer you free advice and consultations. Our solicitors can help you on a “no win-no fee” basis. That means there will be no hidden fees, and everything can be done over the phone from anywhere in the UK.

Contact us today by phoning 0330 912 2124, emailing [email protected], or by using our website by filling out an online form.

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