Birth Injury For Child Medical Compensation

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.

Cerebral palsy resulting from the mismanagement of birth

This was a cerebral palsy case which resulted from the mismanagement of YM’s birth. This was a particularly long and protracted litigious case.

Claim following the loss of her unborn baby at 36 weeks

Mrs X’s claim was for damages, loss and personal injury arising out of a clinical negligence claim leading to the loss of her unborn baby at 36 weeks gestation in November 2001.

health visitor breaches duty of care by incorrectly plotting weight gain

The claimant (LK) was a child who was born at 33 weeks and 5 days gestation. The birth proceeded uneventfully and LK had no resuscitation, apgar scores were 9 at 1 minute, 9 at 5 minutes.

Successful case following still birth due to negligence at Birmingham Women’s Hospital

Rachel Bowen has successfully settled a case for a client who tragically suffered a still birth at 32 weeks of pregnancy as a result of the negligence of staff at Birmingham Women’s Hospital.

Negligent treatment at time of birth leading to cerebral palsy

This matter was funded by Legal Aid and involved the mismanagement of KG’s birth. KG’s mother attended the hospital on the 28th October 1990 at 8.00am experiences abdominal pain at 34 weeks. She was admitted and some observations were carried out but very few over a 12 hour period despite having regular contractions.

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