Case Studies From Davies & Partners
Failure to diagnose 4th degree tear during child birth
Rachel Bowen was instructed to act on behalf of Mrs X who suffered a 4th degree tear during delivery of her first child. Unfortunately, the Defendant failed to recognise this was a 4th degree tear and undertook a surgical repair surgery in the mistaken belief it was a 3rd degree tear.
Delayed diagnosis and treatment of rental tract obstruction
Anita Marriott, specialist Clinical Negligence Solicitor, settled a claim relating to a negligent delay in diagnosis and treatment of renal tract obstruction.
Negligent Hip Replacement
Legal Director, Suzanne Williams represented Mr R in a claim brought against Spire Healthcare Limited and Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust. Mr R underwent a total left hip replacement in April 2016. He awoke from the surgery in agony knowing that something had not gone right with the surgery.
Substandard knee replacement, revision surgeries and prolonged rehabilitation
Anita Marriott, specialist Clinical Negligence Solicitor, settled a claim relating to a negligent total right knee replacement.
Mismanagement of birth resulting in quadriplegic cerebral palsy
This is a claim that was sadly brought forward 3 years after the Claimant’s death, by the Claimant’s mother who was also her Litigation Friend.
Sciatic Nerve Damage From Surgical Error
Mrs M’s appointed Rachel Bowen to handle her case, after her previous Solicitors advised that her claim had no prospects of succeeding.
Rachel Bowen acted in a Clinical negligence claim arising out of the death of Mr X, at age 45, The Claim was brought by Mrs X, on behalf of herself, their dependent children and Mr X’s estate.
Delayed diagnosis of anal cancer: settled claim previously turned down by another law firm
Sarah Hale, specialist Clinical Negligence Paralegal settled a claim arising out of delayed diagnosis of anal cancer.