Hospital negligence claims

 

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...

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...

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 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...

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...

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...

£25,000 compensation recovered after hospital negligence resulted in neonatal death

We recovered £25,000 compensation for a mother following the death of her son shortly after he was born.   Our client was 26 weeks pregnant when she experienced heavy bleeding and abdominal pain. She was reviewed on the labour ward and fetal...

£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 failed to diagnose his pulmonary embolism will receive £150,000 in compensation...

£24,000 for severe pressure sore and abscesses - hospital negligence

Boyes Turner’s medical negligence solicitors obtained £24,000 in compensation for a 62 year old, diabetic woman, who suffered a  severe pressure sore  and several abscesses following her hospital admission in May 2008. In 11 May 2008...

Claim settled fafter delay in diagnosis of detached retina results in 70% loss of vision

A 56 year old woman has been awarded £65,000 after instructing our medical negligence claims team in relation to a claim for a delay in diagnosis of a detached retina which lead to a loss of vision that could have been avoided. The woman woke up one...

£125,000 compensation for 74 year old's bile duct damage

Our  specialist medical negligence solicitors  acted on behalf of our client in relation to damage to her bile duct during a gall bladder operation when she was 74 years old. The damage went undetected and as a result she suffered biliary...

Successful claim after GP medical negligence lead to death of 71 year old

We recovered compensation for the family of a 71 year old man who died following the misprescription by his GP of a chemotherapy drug. GP prescription error His hospital consultant had prescribed a four day course of Melphalan for multiple myeloma. His...

£100,000+ compensation recovered following hospital failure to diagnose fetal abnormality

Boyes Turner recently acted for a woman whose child was born with a missing lower arm, from the elbow down.  She claimed that this abnormality should have been detected at a routine anomaly scan. If it had been, she would have...

£150,000 compensation for widow after failings in care

We helped the widow of a man whose death was brought about by the result of negligence medical staff working for the North Devon Healthcare NHS Trust. The man became unwell in 2004 and sought medical advice initially on a private basis and...

£200,000 compensation - negligent early discharge led to infected wound

Boyes Turner's medical negligence solicitors recovered £200,000 in compensation after early discharge following surgery led to infection and gangrene. As a result the wound quickly became severely infected leading to gangrene and requiring...

£70,000 compensation secured after woman lost eyesight through hospital negligence

Our client was awarded £70,000 in compensation for her claim against James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust following the loss of vision in her right eye.  Eye operation at James Paget Hospital She was...

Hospital negligence claim - failure to diagnose infection in knee

Mrs M fractured her patella skiing and was advised that she would need the patella pinned. She was advised to have this done when she reached the UK.  The fracture was fixed during an operation at North Hampshire hospital in 2001 and was...

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