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24 January 2017 0 Comments Posted in Medical Negligence

Katrina Hart – Paralympian & Royds Withy King sponsored athlete

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Katrina Hart Royds Withy King sponsored athlete

As specialists in the causes of brain injury, we understand how conditions like Cerebral Palsy can have a severe impact on a person’s quality of life. But we also know that despite this, when given the correct support, people with a whole range of brain injuries can go on to do amazing things and live successful and independent lives.

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1 July 2016 0 Comments Posted in Medical Negligence

£96,950 awarded to a claimant for substandard care resulting in a sacral pressure sore

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The Claimant suffered with multiple sclerosis so had a pre-existing vulnerability to pressure sores. He was admitted to hospital with pneumonia and was treated on an acute assessment ward.

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1 July 2016 0 Comments Posted in Medical Negligence

£10,000 award for delay in diagnosing and treating a heel pressure sore

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Simon Elliman secured £10,000 for a claimant who had developed a pressure ulcer on his heel whilst recuperating in hospital following hip replacement surgery. He had tried to alert staff to the pain he was feeling in his heel whilst recuperating on the ward but the staff failed to investigate the area. By the time staff removed the bandages to investigate the site the pressure sore was over 7 inches long.

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21 June 2016 0 Comments Posted in Medical Negligence

Parents in claim for financial compensation relating to their daughter’s death

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Ali Cloak recently acted for the parents of a young woman, who took her own life whilst detained under a mental health section.

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21 June 2016 0 Comments Posted in Medical Negligence

Inquest into hospital failings and a claim for financial compensation

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Coroner demands changes to hospital prescription system after staff failures caused death of 18 year old.

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20 June 2016 0 Comments Posted in Case Studies, Medical Negligence

Inadequate post-operative care

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Judith Leach obtained £125,000 for the widow of a man who died when hospital staff failed to manage him appropriately following surgery.

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20 June 2016 0 Comments Posted in Case Studies, Medical Negligence

Delay in diagnosing skin cancer

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Mr B suffered a delay in diagnosis of skin cancer near his eye. As a result, Mr B sadly died 18 months after his diagnosis. Lucy Crawford acted for his family to recover damages following his death.

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19 May 2016 0 Comments Posted in Medical Negligence

£350,000 recovered for patient who suffered brain injury due to a hospital acquired infection

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Partner Kerstin Kubiak successfully sued a hospital trust who had failed to ensure adequate hand hygiene procedures of hospital staff and who had failed to undertake a deep clean of a room previously occupied by an infected patient.

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19 May 2016 0 Comments Posted in Medical Negligence

£975,000 recovered following GP’s failure to diagnose Strep A infection

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Partner Tracy Norris-Evans represented a lady whose GP negligently failed to refer her to hospital for further investigations when she presented with symptoms of severe infection.

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30 March 2016 0 Comments Posted in Medical Negligence

£750,000 awarded to our client for mis-managed limb ischaemia

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Richard Coleman, Partner in our Oxford office, successfully sued a hospital trust for their negligent failings in caring for our client who was admitted to hospital with a diabetic leg in poor condition.

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30 March 2016 0 Comments Posted in Medical Negligence

£7.4 million recovered for child after delayed diagnosis of her neurological cancer

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Kerstin Kubiak and Tracey Furminger acted on behalf of a teenage girl who suffered a significant delay in the diagnosis of her medulloblastoma, a form of brain tumour. Due to the delay in diagnosis the child’s tumour was much more advanced and invasive, requiring extensive surgery and oncology treatment. The severe consequences of this would have been avoided with an earlier diagnosis.

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18 February 2016 0 Comments Posted in Case Studies, Medical Negligence

£300,000 recovered for an 8 year old boy who suffered a type II Erb’s Palsy injury

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Kerstin Kubiak recovered damages for a young boy after he suffered an Erb’s Palsy injury, he was left with a significant injury to his right dominant arm which was permanent. It involved axonotmesis and neurotmesis. The Claimant suffered winging of the scapula and an absence of useful rotation of the shoulder. The grip of his right hand was also significantly reduced.

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