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Admission of liability for young man with undiagnosed talus fracture
Boyes Turner’s medical negligence lawyers have secured an admission of liability for a young man left unable to run, jump or partake in sport as a result of an undiagnosed talus fracture.
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Admission of liability for failure to recognise a pulmonary embolism
Boyes Turner’s medical negligence solicitors have secured an admission of liability from an NHS hospital after they failed to recognise the signs of pulmonary embolism which resulted in the death of a 70 year old woman.
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Admission of liability for death of mother with cardiac sarcoid
Boyes Turner’s medical negligence solicitors have secured an admission of liability from an NHS hospital for the avoidable death of a mother in her forties. The deceased was suffering from cardiac sarcoid, a condition which can produce symptoms such as shortness of breath, palpitations, chest pains and fainting. Once diagnosed by MRI scan, cardiac sarcoid can be treated. If left untreated it can result in sudden death.
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Delay in treating Achilles tendon rupture claim settled for £21,000
Damon* approached Boyes Turner in February 2012 to represent him in a medical negligence claim against a hospital who delayed in treating a ruptured Achilles tendon.
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£48,000 compensation recovered after hospital fail to diagnose a corneal ulcer
We previously reported Marcus’* case who suffered loss of vision following a delay in diagnosis of a corneal ulcer. The hospital admitted there was a failure to refer Marcus for an urgent review (within 24 hours of the first attendance at A&E) and that the diagnosis of conjunctivitis was incorrect.
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£20,000 compensation recovered after failure to diagnose Achilles tendon rupture
Stephen* approached Boyes Turner in September 2013 to represent him in a medical negligence claim against a hospital who failed to diagnose ruptured Achilles tendon.
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Hospital admit delay in diagnosis of corneal ulcer
Boyes Turner’s medical negligence solicitors recently received a response from a Hospital Trust admitting a failure to diagnose a corneal ulcer.
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Claim settled for £55,000 following a delay in diagnosis of a fractured talus bone
John* injured his ankle during a football match. He suffered immediate pain and the ankle was severely swollen. He was taken to A & E where x-rays were taken. The hospital staff failed to identify from the x-rays that a fracture was present. John was therefore discharged with a diagnosis of soft tissue injury.
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£50,000 compensation recovered after a delay in bone cancer diagnosis
In September 2011 Colin* asked Boyes Turner's Medical Negligence Team to represent his son Robert* in a case of hospital negligence which resulted in a delay of diagnosis of Ewings Sarcoma.
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