How Much Compensation For Loss of Female Reproductive Organs
When weighing up the question of how much compensation for loss of female reproductive organs the personal circumstances of the victim will be considered. For example, if the woman had already had children if there were plans to have more children or if she was pregnant at the time of the injury. The age of the person affected will also be factored into the amount of compensation given.
If there was scarring, depression or psychological damage then this will also influence the amount of compensation you receive.
- A person who has lost reproductive ability can expect to receive from £82,000 up to £121,000 in compensation. This amount is awarded regardless of how infertility came about; whether that be through injury or disease
- If infertility has occurred with no other conditions and the person already has children then this will reflect those circumstances. This amount ranges from £12,850 to £26,250. If psychological damage is present then sufferers can expect to receive compensation at the higher end of the scale
- If a woman who is above the age where childbearing is possible then figures are likely to be £4,750 up to £9,000
- In cases of medical negligence where there has been a failed sterilisation and a pregnancy has resulted can produce settlement claims of £7,300
Making your claim for loss of female reproductive organs
If you would like to know more about how much compensation for loss of reproductive organs may be achieved then you can speak to one of our personal injury claims solicitors team at Jefferies Solicitors today. Please call us on 0800 342 3206.
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