I am delighted with the outcome of my claim and can’t thank you enough for all the hard work that you put in. Everything went so smoothly and all I had to do was sign some papers and everything was taken care of. Anytime I had any concerns I knew I could call and my mind was always put at rest. You can never know how much this means to me and I am so grateful. If anything ever happened to me again then I would come straight to you.
L Smith from Lincoln
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As an essential organ within the body, an injury to the bladder can cause serious side effects. Just how much compensation for bladder damage depends on the extent to which your bladder has been injured, either as a result of medical or clinical negligence or some other form of injury, accident or illness.
In some instances, there have been compensation figures which have been greater than those given to bowel compensation claimants. This is because a lot of bladder injuries arise from situations and circumstances where there has been carcinogenic exposure.
For cancer cases, there exists a separate category for which compensation amounts can be more accurately measured. Even if you have had a return of natural bladder function, often these cases are at the higher end of the compensation bracket.
Settlement figures are also calculated taking into consideration life expectancy, the level of pain and suffering and how long that pain is likely to continue. More poignantly, the figure will also reflect the difficulty the injured person will experience in knowing there will be detrimental consequences for their loved ones following their death.
If you are middle-aged and your life expectancy is reduced by 15 to 20 years then your settlement fee is likely to be £38,000 to £56,000.
If you would like to know more about how much compensation for bladder damage may be achieved then please get in touch with our personal injury team to discuss your individual needs. Call us on 0800 342 3206 or complete our initial online personal injury compensation claim form.