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What are Hepatitis claims?
Here at MG Legal, our specialist personal injury and medical negligence solicitors regularly help clients to make hepatitis claims for financial compensation. Hepatitis claims for financial compensation can be made when clients contract Hepatitis due to the negligence of someone else, whether this is due to medical mistakes, or contaminated food.
If you have contracted Hepatitis due to the negligent actions of someone else, then you could be entitled to claim financial compensation, on a no win no fee basis. For more information on how to make a no win no fee Hepatitis claim for financial compensation, and how much your hepatitis claim might be worth, do not hesitate to get in touch with MG Legal online here, and speak to a no win no fee solicitor about your no win no fee Hepatitis claim on a free, no obligation basis within one working hour.
Medical Negligence Hepatitis Claims:
When you are in hospital undergoing treatment for an injury or health condition, there is a good chance that you might require the use of a needle, or injection as part of your practice. Whether this is part of an operation, or as a form of pain minimisation, with the use of needles comes the risk of contracting Hepatitis C or Hepatitis B. Hepatitis is used to describe inflammation of the liver, and it is usually the result of a viral infection or liver damage. When a person contracts Hepatitis, the virus can stay present in the body for a long time, without showing obvious symptoms, and if not properly identified, it can cause serious health complications such as liver failure and cirrhosis.
If you have developed Hepatitis while in hospital, this could be due to an unsafe injection, or the reusing of needles, and could be evidence of an act of medical negligence by a healthcare professional. Whether it was during a blood transfusion, or an injection of any kind, you could be entitled to make a no win no fee hepatitis compensation claim for medical negligence with our specialist solicitors.
Can I claim compensation if I contract Hepatitis A from contaminated food?
The short answer to this question is yes. Hepatitis A is one of five strains of Hepatitis (a liver disease), which is contracted when infected faecal matter is ingested, and can be found in food where proper sanitary practices are not followed in food production sites and factories. In recent months, here has been a major recall of supermarket chain Sainsbury’s ‘Taste the Difference’ Medjool dates due to customers contracting Hepatitis A. This came after at least one woman was hospitalised after contracting Hepatitis A, possibly as a result of the consumption of contaminated dates.
There have also been cases of people contracting Hepatitis A through the consumption of frozen fruit including berries, and more recently, frozen pomegranate seeds. This incident led to the the death of a 64 year old woman in Australia. Here at MG Legal, our food contamination solicitors are working tirelessly on a number of suspected cases of Hepatitis A contamination claims. We have recently settled one of these cases, winning significant financial compensation for our client, and we hope to win many more in the upcoming months.
MG Legal’s work with clients suffering Hepatitis A, possibly from Sainsbury’s Medjool dates:
Our expert food contamination personal injury solicitors are currently working on a number of cases for our clients who are pursing financial compensation claims for contaminated Medjool dates from Sainsbury’s ‘Taste the Difference’ range. These dates have been recalled following concerns over their contamination with Hepatitis A, a viral infection which affects the liver.
After getting in touch with the food contamination experts here at MG Legal, our clients were assigned a designated solicitor to handle their case throughout the process, all on a NO WIN NO FEE basis. MG Legal then arranged appointments and tests with industry leading gastroenterologists, and other medical experts, on our clients’ behalf, in order to obtain a clear, robust, medical report and diagnosis that could not be argued against.
This full and comprehensive medical report and diagnosis was then sent to the legal representatives of the supermarket chain by MG Legal, along with a letter notifying them of our intention to act on behalf of our client in the claim for financial compensation.
This was then passed onto the legal team of the producer of the Medjool dates who, because of the strength of the claim that MG Legal have built against them, had no option but to quickly accept liability for the illness. Throughout this entire process, our food contamination personal injury solicitors have taken care of everything, and will now ensure that our clients receive their financial compensation in their bank accounts as soon as possible, without them having to lift a finger.
If you think that you, like numerous of our other clients for whom we have represented and won financial compensation for, may have contracted Hepatitis A after eating any quantity of the recalled ‘Taste the Difference’ Medjool dates from Sainsbury’s, then do not hesitate to get in touch with MG Legal’s food contamination personal injury team today, here, for a no-obligation discussion of your claim. Once you get in touch, a specialist solicitor will get back to you within one working hour to chat about the process.
What is Hepatitis A?
Hepatitis A is a viral infection that affects the liver. It is one of multiple different types of Hepatitis viruses that can cause inflammation in the liver and affect the function of the organ.
Most people who suffer from Hepatitis A make a full recovery within a week, and suffer only mild symptoms, but in some people, particularly those more vulnerable, it can be much more serious.
Common symptoms of Hepatitis A include:
Joint and muscle pain
Nausea and vomiting
Abdominal pain or discomfort
A raised temperature
Pain in the upper right part of your tummy
Loss of appetite
Making a NO WIN NO FEE personal injury claim for Hepatitis A food contamination:
Here at MG Legal, our team of personal injury solicitors specialising in food contamination claims have over thirty years experience of working within the field, and have built up a success rate of over 99% within this time. For a more personalised insight into our work, see a collection of our reviews, here.
Because we are so confident in the work of our team, and their ability to win all of the food contamination cases that they take on, we accept all of our claims on a NO WIN NO FEE basis, or a conditional fee agreement. This means that if we do not win the case for you, as our client, and obtain your financial compensation for your injury or illness, then you owe us nothing, and there is no financial risk involved. For further information on this from our team, see our fees page, here.
If you would like to join the multiple clients that are currently working with MG Legal’s specialist team to settle their Hepatitis A personal injury claims, then get in touch, here, and we will begin the process of building your case the very same day.
Otherwise, if you live locally, feel free to visit us in any of our office locations in Lancaster, Longridge, and Garstang for the surrounding Preston areas. You could be entitled to significant financial compensation for your illness, so do not hesitate and get in touch today to let us help you win.
Am I eligible to make a no win no fee Hepatitis claim for medical negligence?
With needles being used so frequently in hospitals, and there being so many patients suffering from infections, there are many ways in which Hepatitis C can be contracted in hospital setting. Below, our Hepatitis claims solicitors have ran through some examples of situations where you could make a no win no fee Hepatitis claim for medical negligence against the hospital or GP:
A failure to clean medical equipment properly
Failure to diagnose your condition in due time
Not protecting you from contaminated blood
Failure to carry out necessary blood tests when Hepatitis is suspected
Provide the right medication or treatment based on your condition
Inform you that you’ve tested positive for Hepatitis