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The amount of compensation you will receive depends on your unique situation. Every clinical negligence claim takes into account both “general” and “special” damages, which consider the harm and injury you have sustained as a direct result of the negligence, and the financial loss you may have encountered too.
You have three years from the date of the negligence (or from the date when you became aware of the negligence) to bring a clinical negligence hysterectomy claim. This is why we encourage you to get in touch with our team of experts if you think you may be entitled to compensation. 
Yes, you can. If you have had a hysterectomy following a diagnosis from a medical professional, and it transpires that the diagnosis was incorrect and your hysterectomy was unnecessary, we may be able to help you claim compensation.  Undergoing an unnecessary hysterectomy can be devastating, especially if you are planning on starting a family in the future. In some reported cases, surgeons have removed the ovaries without informed consent, while others have performed the operation as a treatment for conditions such as fibroids, when actually there are alternatives. Our experts will work with you to understand your situation and will give you the legal advice and guidance you need throughout your case.

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