£6.5 Million recovered for Client X
This client suffers from Cerebral Palsy arising from serious medical negligence by the hospital at the time of his birth. He was awarded £6,500,000 in compensation for the damages. The Court ordered that he should remain anonymous.Read more
£4.2 Million recovered for Ryan Stevens
Ryan Stevens suffers from Cerebral Palsy arising from negligent care provided by the hospital at the time of his birth. He will require round the clock full-time care for the rest of his life, and was awarded £4,200,000 in damages.Read more
£3 million settlement for Angie
We recovered £3 million for a young woman after she suffered a major brain injury during an ambulance journey.
£2,750 Recovered for woman whose fracture was missed by local hospital for 6 weeks
In this case the Claimant, a 60 year old lady sustained an inversion injury to her right foot whilst gardening. She attended the Accident and Emergency Department at the Defendant’s Hospital where she was x-rayed and reassured that she had suffered only a sprain.
£20,000 recovered for pressures sores sustained by elderly patient while under care of local hospital following knee replacement surgery
The Claimant in this case is a 73 year old lady who developed pressure sores on her heels following a knee replacement surgery. Her sores took 12 months to heal, and delayed the further knee surgery she required in order to restore her mobility and independence.
£15,000 recovered for infant's eye disorder missed by GP
The Claimant in this case is a 17 year old teenager who, at the age of 4 years, was referred by the Health Visitor to the GP for assessment of a suspected squint. The GP failed to properly examine the Claimant, and hence an opportunity to diagnose this condition was overlooked.
Damages of £30,000 recovered for a 28 month delay in diagnosing renal cancer
In October 2002, Mr D begun to notice blood in his urine and therefore, consulted his GP who referred him for investigation at the Defendant hospital. The investigations undertake, including X-rays, were reported as being normal and he was, therefore, discharged from the care of the hospital in December 2002.
Compensation of £37,000 recovered for the failure to diagnose and appropriately treat an ectopic pregnancy
This young lady approached us to investigate the treatment she received from her local hospital in relation to her ectopic pregnancy.
£10,000 damages recovered for young girl for failure to appropriately diagnose and treat infantile digital fibromotosis.
Earlier diagnosis would have afforded an opportunity for the Defendant to splint the finger and to undertake soft tissue corrective surgery before it became deformed.
Compensation recovered for elderly lady for mis-dispensing by hospital
Our client, an 80 year old had been admitted to the Defendant hospital as a result of feeling unwell and was diagnosed as being slightly anaemic. Following a blood transfusion she was discharged home with a course of what she believed to be Iron Supplements.
Damages of £3,000 recovered for negligent dental treatment
After our allegations of negligence were put to the Defendant, they responded with an offer to settle and after negotiations the matter settled for the sum of £3,000. An element of the damages was awarded for the future remedial treatment Mrs E required, namely the fitting of a mental denture.Read more
Damages of £1,800 successfully recovered from a national pharmacy for a misdispensing error
Once the error was noticed and the medication stopped Mrs Z’s symptoms subsided with no ongoing problems.Read more
£1,300 recovered for Mrs Y in a claim against her supermarket pharmacy
Following orthopaedic surgery Mrs Y was prescribed Tramadol for pain relief but was incorrectly dispensed Trazadone in place of her prescribed drug. Read more
£1,000 in compensation recovered from national pharmacy for a misdispensing error.
Mr H suffers from cervical spondylosis which affects his spine and neck. As a result he has been on various pain killers to try to control his pain. In March 2008 Mr H was taking a Morphine Sulphate oral solution.Read more
£20,000 in compensation recovered for Mr D when he developed pressure sores whilst under hospital supervision and care.
On 25 March 2005 Mr D fell at his home and was admitted to hospital where he was found to have suffered a fracture of his left iliac crest. A pressure risk assessment was undertaken which gave him a Waterlow score of 13, indicating that he was at risk of developing a pressure sore. Read more
£5,000 in compensation recovered for Miss X in a claim against her local NHS trust for a misdispensing error which occurred in hospital following the birth of her baby.
Whilst in hospital Miss X was incorrectly dispensed an anti malaria tablet as opposed to her anti psychotic medication and this error went unnoticed for 4 days during which time her condition deteriorated dramatically. Read more
£17,500 recovered for 40 year old lady who developed an avoidable foot infection due to hospital staff negligence
This claim arose as a result of the delay in diagnosis and treatment of a foot infection the Claimant contracted following minor injury. Read more
£2,500 recovered for injuries sustained to elderly patient as a result of being inappropriately handled by nursing staff at her local hospital
It during the course of a hospital admission for treatment of her condition that she was inappropriately handled by the nursing staff, resulting to severe bruising to her right arm and torso. Read more
£2,750 recovered for woman whose fracture was missed by local hospital for 6 weeks
She attended the Accident and Emergency Department at the Defendant’s Hospital where she was x-rayed and reassured that she had suffered only a sprain.
£300,000 recovered for Miss G with hip dysplasia missed at birth
The Defendant's negligence resulted in Miss G suffering extensively throughout childhood and adult years. Read more
£1.125 million recovered for client with serious spinal injury
It was alleged that there was a significant delay of three days in the diagnosis of the abscess and as a result a delay in surgery. With surgery at an earlier time, it was alleged she would probably have made a full recovery of bowel, bladder and limb function.Read more
£320,000 recovered for widow of cancer patient
The Trust admitted that the insertion of a suppository, which was contra-indicated given the deceased's recent bowel surgery, caused the anastomotic breakdown and led to his death.Read more
£165,000 recovered for the estate of brain damaged patient
The deceased was seen by A&E following a serious fall downstairs in which he struck his head.Read more
£175,000 recovered for Mrs P who suffered nerve damage as a result of a surgical error
Mrs P sustained an injury to her medial nerve during carpal tunnel surgery due to inappropriate operative technique.Read more
£60,000 recovered for Iris Taylor
Iris Taylor suffered injury to her bile duct during keyhole surgery for the removal of her gallbladder. She was awarded £60,000 in damages.Read more