When gallstone surgery is performed, the majority of operations are performed via keyhole surgery as opposed to open surgery. The gallbladder is removed in this operation by clipping the cystic artery and cystic duct and peeling the gallbladder off the liver bed.
When this surgery is performed injury can occur to the bile ducts and the right hepatic artery. When such an injury occurs this can lead to postoperative complications. If you have experienced complications following your gallbladder surgery, then you may be entitled to compensation.