Our Cases

Olivia’s case

Olivia’s case

Olivia has athetoid quadriplegic cerebral palsy as a result of a brain injury she sustained at the time of her birth. She is completely dependent on her parents for all care, feeding and mobility. She is fed via a gastrostomy tube. She has developmental delay in all areas, including severe communication difficulties. Her brain injury also causes her to suffer from epileptic seizures.
Kiera’s case

Kiera’s case

Kiera has mainly left sided hemiplegic cerebral palsy as a result of a brain injury she sustained at the time of her birth...
Joanne's case

Joanne's case

Joanne was walking to work one morning, as she did everyday. Unfortunately as she was halfway across the road, she was hit by a lorry that had turned in to the road and had failed to indicate.
Amanda's Case

Amanda's Case

Amanda’s Estate and dependants were awarded £250,000 when Amanda failed to recover from a hospital acquired infection.
Caroline's Case

Caroline's Case

Caroline’s Estate and dependants were awarded £100,000 when Caroline was discharged from hospital after losing consciousness at work and vomiting.
Mr Baker's case

Mr Baker's case

Mr Baker died from a cerebral cyst that went undiagnosed despite being in hospital with severe headaches and other signs that things weren't normal.
Mr and Mrs Jones' case

Mr and Mrs Jones' case

Mr and Mrs Jones have succeeded in proving that their son's genetic abnormalities should have been detected during pregnancy. They are now entitled to compensation to provide for his disabilities, which are significant.

 

To respect the privacy of our clients, all names have been changed.

If your life has been affected by brain injury, and want to know what to do next, call us on 0345 241 0154 for some free advice.

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Emily's story

Having a previous caesarean scar can sometimes cause complications in future pregnancies unless they are managed very carefully. Emily's mother didn't receive the advice about the risks presented by her scar and proceeded with trying for a natural delivery, which led to a tragic outcome for her little girl.
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Mr Bennett - A Life Torn Apart By The Wrong Medical Advice

We all like to think we can trust our doctors to know what they are talking about. Even more so when they are giving you specialist advice about the risks of radiosurgery to your brain. Not all of us though think to make a note of what the doctor has just told us.
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Ryan's Story

Ryan has cerebral palsy as a result of birth complication 21 years ago. His family had been previously advised by their original solicitor that they would not win a claim, and had even cancelled legal aid funding.
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Amy's story

Amy was born by ventouse after a failed forceps delivery. Unfortunately, she was suffering from a lack of oxygen all the while the doctor tried to deliver her by forceps, which caused her to suffer a brain injury.

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