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Abdomen Injury Compensation

Injuries to the abdomen can lead to ongoing health issues like chronic pain, internal organ damage, and gastrointestinal complications. Such trauma can affect the liver, spleen, or intestines, potentially causing long-term functional problems or infections. Scar tissue formation may also lead to adhesions, which can cause bowel obstruction or discomfort. In some cases, abdominal injuries might contribute to the development of hernias, where internal tissues protrude through weakened abdominal walls.
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Types of Abdominal Injuries

Click on the links below for more detailed information regarding specific types of injuries that can affect the abdomen, together with guidance around compensation for each category of injury.

Blunt Abdominal Trauma

Following blunt abdominal trauma, ongoing health issues can include chronic pain, internal bleeding, and organ dysfunction.

Fractures

Fractures to bones surrounding the abdomen, such as the ribs or pelvis, can cause internal bleeding, organ damage, and infections.

Kidney Injuries

Severe consequences include chronic kidney disease, where kidney function deteriorates over time, potentially leading to kidney failure.

Liver Injuries

Various ongoing health issues can occur after sustaining a liver injury including chronic liver disease and cirrhosis.

Pancreatic Injuries

Pancreatic injuries can cause ongoing health issues such as chronic pancreatitis, leading to persistent abdominal pain and digestive problems.

Penetrating Abdominal Trauma

Penetrating abdominal trauma is a very serious condition that can cause massive internal bleeding, shock, sepsis, organ failure, and death.

Portal Vein Injury

Following a portal vein injury, individuals may experience ongoing health issues such as chronic liver dysfunction and high blood pressure.

Ruptured Bowel

Severe consequences of a ruptured bowel include peritonitis, a life-threatening infection of the abdominal cavity, and sepsis.

Ruptured Spleen

A ruptured spleen can lead to an increased risk of infection due to the spleen’s role in fighting bacteria and other pathogens.

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Expert Legal Assitance for Abdominal Injury Claims

At McCarthy + Co, we understand the significant and deeply personal impact that severe abdominal injuries can have. Our team of accomplished personal injury solicitors offers compassionate guidance, helping you navigate the complexities of seeking compensation with empathy and support.

The Compensation Claim Process

Our approach is straightforward and transparent:

  • Initial Consultation – We start with a free, no-obligation consultation to understand your case and advise on the best course of action.
  • Gathering Evidence – We help gather all necessary medical reports, witness statements, and other evidence to build a strong claim.
  • Negotiating with Insurance Companies – Our team skillfully negotiates with insurance companies to secure the best possible settlement.
  • Legal Representation – If your case goes to court, we provide robust legal representation to fight for your rights and interests.

Ready to bring your claim?

If you have sustained an abdomen injury due to the negligence of a third party, you can arrange an appointment with one of solictors to discuss your next steps. Simply call us on the freephone number on this page or request a callback using our quick form and we’ll get back to you at a time that suits you.

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Flor McCarthy

Flor McCarthy

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wears multiple hats, not only as the managing partner of one of Ireland’s leading law firms, but also as an author, speaker and an acknowledged expert in client service, innovation and marketing.

Beginning his academic journey at UCC, Flor furthered his education with a master’s degree in law from UCD. After gaining valuable experience as a solicitor in Dublin, the allure of home and the family brought him back to West Cork to contribute his expertise to the family business.
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John McCarthy

John McCarthy

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is a seasoned solicitor with almost 20 years of experience, specialises in personal injury and medical negligence claims, focusing particularly on high-value compensation cases. His extensive litigation experience spans Circuit Court, High Court and Supreme Court levels.

John's practice involves a diverse range of cases, from personal injury and wrongful death to property damage, defective products, professional negligence and judicial reviews.
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