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£375,000 compensation for delayed treatment for birth injury
Boyes Turner’s medical negligence lawyers have secured £375,000 in compensation for a 32 year old woman who suffered a tear from her vagina through her anal sphincters at the time of delivery.
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Psychological birth trauma claim settled for £30,000
We recently settled a medical negligence claim for £30,000 for Hannah* who developed psychological injuries as a result of the traumatic birth of her daughter, Charlotte*. We are also making a claim on behalf of Charlotte who now has cerebral palsy as a result of medical negligence in her delivery which has yet to be settled, although interim payments have been agreed.
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Serious brain injury to new mother caused by negligent hospital care
Boyes Turner’s Medical Negligence group has this week secured a favourable High Court judgment following a trial to determine whether failings in care caused a woman, Ms Cooper, serious brain injury.
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£200,000 compensation recovered following inappropriate repair of a perineal tear
The delivery of Melanie’s* first baby was an extremely distressing experience for her. There were a number of failures on the part of the hospital, including a failure to obtain Melanie’s consent to use forceps and a failure to heed her request for an episiotomy.
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£200,000 compensation for delay in diagnosis of third degree tear
Christine* approached Boyes Turner Solicitors in January 2011 regarding a claim for delay in diagnosis of a third degree perineal tear.
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£107,500 recovered for 35 year old Mary, following a misdiagnosed perineal tear
The delivery of Mary’s fourth baby was complicated by her suffering a perineal tear. An obstetrician was called to undertake a repair of the tear. Unfortunately the obstetrician failed to recognise the severity of the injury, and therefore she only sutured the perineal skin, rather than both the skin and the underlying muscle.
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Liability admitted following a delay in diagnosis of third degree tear
Christine approached Boyes Turner Solicitors in January 2011 regarding a claim for a delay in diagnosis of a third degree perineal tear.
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£26,000 compensation after negligence during hysterectomy procedure
Our client, Mrs L, has been awarded £26,000 after instructing our medical negligence team in relation to a claim for a ureteric injury following a hysterectomy procedure.
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£85,000 in compensation - swab left inside patient following caesarean
A 24 year old woman received £85,000 in compensation after a swab was left inside her following a caesarean section requiring her to undergo further surgery four months later.
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