Compensation Claims for Kidney Damage Caused through Injury
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Damage to the kidneys impedes urine production, and has a variety of causes. This can lead to an accumulation of waste products in the body, which can be potentially lethal for the victim, and requires immediate medical attention.
Some effects of an acute kidney injury:
- Urine discoloured by blood.
- Urinating with pain.
- Swelling in abdomen.
- Pain in the abdomen.
- Quickened heartbeat.
- Fall in blood pressure.
- Paleness in the face.
- Heavy perspiration.
How much could you claim?
If you have suffered due to another person’s negligence, a claim for compensation could be made based on the severity of your injuries.
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The standard medical procedure to determine if an individual has injured their kidney is a CAT scan, if the victim has experienced extreme bleeding an operation may be required to stop it.
In certain cases if the damage or injury to the kidney is serious, part of it will need to be removed.
Typical compensation amounts include:
|Loss of, or loss of functional use, of both kidneys:||
up to £100,000
|Loss of, or loss of functional use, of one kidney:||
up to £25,000
How Grieves Solicitors can help you
Before starting your injury compensation claim, contact Grieves Solicitors and speak to one of our personal injury specialists.
We will help guide you through the step by step process and the strength of your claim as well as offer you advice on the most appropriate course of action for you to take.
Grieves Solicitors have helped thousands of people successfully claim kidney injury compensation. We aim to the maximum amount of compensation available for your claim, acute kidney injury is a serious condition and can be the subject of a substantial claim for damages.
Personal injury accident claims in this connection are usually a result of blunt trauma to the abdomen, very common in road traffic accidents. Contact sports can also cause blunt trauma to the kidneys, such as soccer, hockey, rugby, speed biking, horse riding and even ice skating.
Grieves Solicitors have specialised in dealing with personal injury claims and have built up 26 years of specialist experience. Grieves Solicitors will guide you through every stage of the legal procedure and will keep you informed on the progress of your claim throughout.
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For enquiries regarding kidney injuries, or to start a claim for compensation, get in touch with the personal injury specialists at Grieves Solicitors today. You can either call us on 0800 0747 644 or fill in our contact form and we will get back to you.