Medical Negligence cases

 

Liability judgment for diabetic amputee after delay in treatment

Boyes Turner’s amputation specialists have secured a liability judgment for a 40-year-old diabetic man who suffered a below knee amputation after the nurse practitioner at his GP’s surgery failed to refer him to a multidisciplinary foot care...

Four year delayed TB diagnosis leaves mother with severe respiratory disability

Boyes Turner’s medical negligence specialists have secured a £2 million settlement for a mother in her early 40s who was left with a significant respiratory disability by nearly a four-year delay in diagnosis and treatment of her tuberculosis...

$23 million compensation for boy with cerebral palsy from kernicterus brain damage

Boyes Turner’s medical negligence team have negotiated a $23 million damages settlement for a boy who suffered kernicterus brain damage in the first few days after his birth. The community midwives who visited him at home failed to recognise that he...

Delayed treatment of tumour leaves woman partially blind

Boyes Turner’s medical negligence specialists have secured an admission of liability for a young woman after hospital delays in diagnosis and removal of a non-malignant tumour left her virtually blind in her left eye. The claimant had been referred...

Compensation recovered for below knee amputee following thrombosis

Boyes Turner’s medical negligence specialists have secured a £450,000 settlement for a 70 year old man who suffered a below-knee amputation . Mr B had a medical history of thrombosis and popliteal vascular disease. He had previously undergone...

Spinal law specialists secure interim payments for tetraplegic client

Boyes Turner’s spinal injury lawyers have secured an admission of liability for a man who was rendered tetraplegic after falling from the chair where he was left to sleep after unnecessary spinal surgery . Rehabilitation costs Judgment has been...

Admission of liability and apology for the family of a 70-year-old woman who died from untreated pulmonary embolism

Boyes Turner’s medical negligence solicitors have secured an admission of liability for the bereaved husband of a 70-year-old woman who died from an untreated pulmonary embolism . The coroner returned a verdict of death by ‘natural causes...

£1.4 million settlement for 20 year old with Erb's Palsy

Boyes Turner’s specialist birth injury lawyers have negotiated a £1.4 million settlement for a young woman who suffered a brachial plexus injury at birth. Our client’s case had previously been investigated by another firm of solicitors when...

Admission of liability and NHS apology for 68 year old below knee amputee

Boyes Turner’s medical negligence team  have secured an admission of liability and an NHS apology for a 68 year old below knee amputee.  Our client had a past medical history of thrombosis and popliteal vascular disease which required him...

Judgment for young mother diagnosed with avoidable cervical cancer

Judgment has been entered for a young mother, Emma* who developed  cervical cancer  when a hospital failed to follow up her  abnormal smear and biopsy results . The hospital have apologised to our client and her family for the failure to...

£275,000 compensation for man with Cauda Equina Syndrome

Boyes Turner’s medical negligence specialists have negotiated a £275,000 settlement from a GP for a man in his thirties with  cauda equina syndrome .  The claimant, who had a past history of sciatic back pain, attended his GP...

Admission of liability for young girl with severe dyskinetic cerebral palsy

Boyes Turner’s birth injury specialists have obtained an admission of liability from an NHS hospital for a five year old girl who was deprived of oxygen (hypoxia) in the few minutes before her birth. As a result of the negligent delay in her delivery,...

Admission of liability for young boy with kernicterus related brain damage

Boyes Turner’s medical negligence solicitors  have secured an admission of liability for a young boy with  severe neurodevelopmental impairment . His brain damage was caused by  kernicterus , a condition related to jaundice, when his...

Interim payment for young boy with pneumococcal meningitis

Boyes Turner have secured a liability judgment for a boy with impaired hearing, language and communication, learning difficulties and associated behavioural problems. The injuries arose from an NHS hospital’s delay in recognising and treating his...

£550,000 compensation for negligent hip and knee replacement

Boyes Turner’s medical negligence specialists have secured a settlement of £550,000 for a woman in her 50s who was left with permanent disability after negligent hip and knee replacement surgery. After a hip replacement operation the claimant...

NHS hospital's admission of liability for a boy's brain damage following uterine rupture

Boyes Turner’s brain injury solicitors  have secured an NHS hospital’s admission of liability for a boy’s brain damage following uterine rupture during his mother’s labour. The ten year old boy has severe, spastic diplegia,...

Admission of liability for 8 year old with quadriplegic cerebral palsy

Boyes Turner’s cerebral palsy specialists have secured an admission of liability for an eight year old girl with quadriplegic cerebral palsy. The child, who was healthy at birth, suffered a brain injury when hospital staff failed to recognise and...

Liability settlement for teenager with dystonic cerebral palsy

Boyes Turner’s specialist cerebral palsy solicitors have secured a liability settlement for a teenager with dystonic cerebral palsy arising from acute, profound asphyxia immediately before birth. Our client’s mother attended hospital towards...

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. The claimant hurt his right foot in a cycling accident and...

Liability settlement for a young man with dyskinetic cerebral palsy

Boyes Turner’s cerebral palsy specialist solicitors  have negotiated a liability settlement for a young man who suffered moderately severe, dyskinetic cerebral palsy arising from the mismanagement of his birth.  The profound hypoxic...

Admission of liability for young man with acute brain injury

Boyes Turner’s specialist medical negligence lawyers have secured an admission of liability for a 20 year old man who suffered a brain injury at birth. The hospital which was responsible for his delivery and his mother’s medical treatment during...

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. The...

Admission of negligence from Opticians after boy is left blind

Boyes Turner’s medical negligence specialists have secured an admission of negligence from a high street optician arising from a failure to detect optic atrophy, caused by a brain tumour, during an eye examination of a two year old boy. The...

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...

Hospital admission of liability for a young woman who developed cervical cancer

Boyes Turner’s specialist medical negligence lawyers have secured an admission of liability for a young woman who developed cervical cancer when a hospital failed to follow up her abnormal smear and biopsy results. Our client was referred by her GP...

£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. The woman was left, after a number of years without...

Road traffic accident passenger gets £45,000 compensation

Boyes Turner specialist serious road traffic injury lawyers recently dealt with a claim by a young woman who was a passenger in a vehicle, driven by her boyfriend. Whilst returning from a night out he lost control of the car and veered off the road...

£28,500 settlement following a road traffic collision

We have represented Mrs X in respect of pursuing a claim against the defendant for damages for personal injury and consequential loss arising from a  road traffic accident . The accident Mrs X was the sole occupant of the vehicle she was driving and...

£3 million compensation recovered after medical negligence causes baby's brain damage

Our client Dexter*, suffered an inflammation of the tissues surrounding his brain (the meninges) which caused permanent brain damage and  cerebral palsy  after his obstetric and neonatal team failed to respond to signs of...

Brain damage claim resulting from failure to treat newborn jaundice

Our client Oscar* (3 years old) suffered brain damage as a baby and he now has  cerebral palsy  after he developed  jaundice  and elevated bilirubin levels following admission to hospital after his birth. The result Our expert...

Delay in treating jaundice resulting in baby developing kernicterus

Our client Thomas* was born prematurely at just 25 weeks. Thomas developed  jaundice  shortly after he was born and, due to this not being treated quickly enough, he suffered kernicterus (brain damage caused by excessive jaundice). The claims...

Claim settled after baby sustains brain damage through hypoglycaemia

Our clients We were instructed by the parents of Aaron*, who was born weighing 2.2kg, after hospital negligence following his birth led to him developing  hypoglycaemia  and permanent brain damage. The result Our team  of brain damage...

Delayed diagnosis of meningitis brain damage claim settled

Our client The parents of Rupert*, a three year old approached our expert team to make a brain damage claim after a delayed diagnosis of pneumococcal meningitis in their son resulted in him developing  permanent brain damage  and  cerebral...

Compensation secured following failure to diagnose jaundice

Our client Jacob* ‘s birth injury claim arose when he suffered serious physical injury and brain damage at birth caused by medical negligence. A failure to diagnose  jaundice  after he had left hospital resulted in hyperbilirubinemia (too...

Judgment secured after failure to treat enteritis causes brain damage in baby

Our clients The parents of twins approached us after one of their premature twins, Elijah*, developed necrotising enteritis (tissue death in parts of the bowel) following his birth and negligent treatment of his condition resulted in Elijah developing...

Ongoing claim following delay in diagnosis of pneumococcal meningitis for young boy

Boyes Turner solicitors currently represent Matthew* in a case involving a delay in diagnosis and treatment of  pneumococcal meningitis  in 2004. Matthew was eight months old, meeting all of his developmental milestones and was generally in good...

£575,000 compensation settlement following a delay in diagnosis of cervical cancer

Boyes Turner’s medical negligence solicitors have settled a compensation claim for their client, Alison* following the defendant hospital’s delayed diagnosis of invasive cervical cancer. Hospital fail to diagnose cervical cancer The hospital...

Jamie's Case - Deputyship

Jamie* is a young adult who has  spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy  as a result of medical negligence at the time of his birth. A case was brought against the health authority and a lump sum award of £1.2 million was obtained. Ruth...

Yvonne's Case - Deputyship

Yvonne* is a young adult who suffered severe brain damage at birth resulting in  dystonic tetraplegic cerebral palsy.  She lives with her mother, step-father and two younger brothers. Her mother is her primary carer and has been for all of her...

Anthony's Case - Deputyship

Anthony* is now in his twenties but at the age of 3 he developed an illness, which was not treated properly. His injuries resulted in profound and multiple learning difficulties, epilepsy, blindness and he requires 24 hour care. We acted on behalf of...

James' Case - Private Trust

James* is a 14 year old child from Northern Ireland and, due to injuries at birth, James now has moderate dyskinetic cerebral palsy and was awarded a settlement of £1.2 million.  Despite a physical disability, James has maintained his mental...

David's Case - Private Trust and Deputyship

David* is a delightful 5 year old child who suffered injuries at birth at a hospital in England. His injuries resulted in quadriplegic cerebral palsy. David has recently moved with his family to New York as his parents are US citizens.  Judgment has...

Pulmonary embolisms and DVT negligence settled claims

£150,000 compensation - hospital failed to diagnose pulmonary embolism  Our expert medical negligence claim solicitors have ensured that the three children of a man who died after doctors from Southend University Hospital NHS foundation trust...

Judgment entered for hip surgery negligence claim

Jane* instructed our specialist surgery negligence claims solicitors to pursue a claim for compensation against the hospital trust responsible for the  surgical negligence  during her initial hip replacement operation which has led to ongoing...

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...

Six figure compensation settlement for lower limb amputation claim

Boyes Turner LLP has negotiated a substantial settlement for a 65 year old amputee following alleged negligent care provided by the Royal Berkshire Hospital (RBH). Mr P had been undergoing medical investigations for pain, swelling and numbness in his left...

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