Success Stories

 

 

Kiera Dye: Midwife Error Causes Brain Damage – Claim Against Peterborough & Stamford NHS Foundation Trust

Posted By admin - 25 March 2014

Kiera Dye was born at the Peterborough Hospital Maternity Unit on 30/05/08.  She was five days overdue and was born with the umbilical cord wrapped around her neck.  Her mother had a prolonged period of pushing and it was evident that there was difficulty in progressing with the delivery. The midwife involved failed to follow hospital procedures and guidelines and…

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Failure To Diagnose Fracture In A&E – Client Receives £60,000

Posted By admin - 15 November 2013

Mr Z fell from his bicycle and injured his lower leg. The following day, his leg was painful, red and swollen. He therefore attended the Accident & Emergency department at his local hospital. No x-ray was requested or carried out and Mr Z was discharged later the same day with a diagnosis of cellulitis and a prescription of antibiotics. Approximately…

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Client Recovers Over £50,000 For Negligent Knee Replacement Surgery

Posted By admin - 15 November 2013

Mr A was a keen sportsman in his youth and was a carer for his disabled wife. He had a long standing history of knee pain and therefore in July 2009 decided to undergo a knee replacement. Mr A was in continuous pain following the surgery and was worried that despite extensive physiotherapy he was unable to walk without pain.…

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Moosa-Duke Solicitors dealt with the following case which was reported on Lawtel

Posted By admin - 21 October 2013

C had a long history of chronic back pain. For a number of years she had attended the hospital of the defendant trust regularly for investigation and treatment. In November 2004, C had an MRI scan which confirmed bulging of the disc at L4/5 and L5/S1. In 2006, C started to hobble and in December 2006, her GP noted problems…

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X -V- University Hospitals Of Leicester NHS Trust

Posted By admin - 09 September 2013

Moosa-Duke Solicitors have this month successfully concluded a claim which arose as a result of poor nursing and medical care at Leicester Royal Infirmary. Mr X saw a local GP complaining of vomiting copious amounts of green bile. He was diagnosed with a water infection and poor kidney function and referred to Leicester Royal Infirmary where he was admitted. CT…

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