Success Stories

Delay in diagnosis of injury during surgery at Leicester General Hospital

Posted By admin - 22 January 2018

Our client, Mrs X, had surgery at Leicester General Hospital to remove her gallbladder. Patients are usually able to go home later the same day or the following day after this type of surgery. Following the surgery, Mrs X was in a lot of pain so could not go home. She remained in hospital because she continued to complain of…

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Moosa-Duke Solicitors Help Brain Damaged Claimant Recover Compensation

Posted By admin - 08 July 2016

Moosa-Duke Solicitors have recovered compensation for a Claimant following a successful appeal of a refusal by the Criminal Injuries Compensation authority (CICA). The Claimant suffered a depressed skull fracture and brain injury when he was attacked in his home with a hammer by his landlord on 06/06/2009. Following the attack the Claimant required a debridement and a blood transfusion and…

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Moosa – Duke Solicitors win another case against University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust.

Posted By admin - 08 September 2014

Bladder Damage During Hysterectomy Our client, Ms X had a hysterectomy which was performed at the Leicester Royal Infirmary. The surgeon injured her bladder and over a period of a few days her condition deteriorated and the injured bladder developed a fistula or hole. Following the surgery Ms X had difficulty passing urine and complained of pain in her stomach…

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Bereaved Mother Receives Compensation after Hospital Admits Liability for Daughter’s Death

Posted By admin - 25 March 2014

A Leicestershire mother has been awarded five figure damages following the death of her Daughter at the Leicester Royal Infirmary in 2010. The hospital recently admitted  that the care provided fell ‘below an acceptable standard' after 28 year old Rebecca Joy Tealby of Market Harborough passed away.  Rebecca had Maple Syrup Urine Disease and Pneumonia. On the 9th March 2010…

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Mother Wins Six Figure Sum for Birth Injury that Left Her Incontinent

Posted By admin - 25 March 2014

After a five year legal battle, a Leicestershire mother has received substantial damages for the delayed diagnosis and treatment of a birth injury that left her incontinent. After an uneventful pregnancy, the claimant (K), a 31-year-old woman, was admitted into hospital on 8th November 2007, six days overdue. Like around one in eight women, K had an assisted birth, where…

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