Sepsis, sometimes known as blood poisoning or septicemia, is a potentially life-threatening condition. Sepsis is the body’s increased response to the infection which can lead to tissues and muscles being damaged, organ failure and death.
Once diagnosed, sepsis is treated using an intensive course of IV antibiotics and IV fluids, normally in an intensive care setting and anyone who has developed sepsis will have a long road of recovery ahead of them.
Due to the nature of sepsis, earl detection is critical to prevent long term damage. If your sepsis was misdiagnosed or missed, we could help you to make a clinical negligence claim for the pain and suffering caused by the Defendant’s negligence.
This is, of course, a very difficult time for you and your family, and the lasting effects of any issues you may have received due to medical negligence may still yet to be fully realised. It is important to us at T G Baynes that we are sensitive to the needs of you and your family at this tough time. We are experienced in helping victims of clinical negligence to understand what went wrong during or after their surgery and how you may be able to claim the compensation you deserve as result of negligence by the hospital.
For an informal chat or to make an appointment please contact us on 020 8301 7777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.