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Sophie’s story: £5.8m compensation approved by Court for girl made to suffer with Cerebral Palsy

*Our client Sophie* was awarded £5.8 million after substandard treatment provided by East Kent University NHS Foundation Trust resulted in her suffering from Cerebral Palsy.* Longden Walker and Renney were instructed by the parents of Sophie*, a little girl who was born in 2001. The third trimester of her mother’s pregnancy had been complicated by the identification of reduced foetal movements,... […]

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Julia’s story: £5.8m awarded for a cerebral palsy claim against East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust

Julia was born in 2001. Shortly before the birth, the mother noted decreased movement of the baby. She was transferred from one hospital to another. The baby became distressed following spontaneous rupture of membranes, and meconium-stained fluid began leaking from the uterus. There were problems with the foetal cardiotocography (CTG) tracing and during the course of the day, the CTG... […]

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Charlie's story: £7.2 million compensation recovered against Sunderland Hospitals

Our client Charlie* in this case, is a little boy who was born in 2008. In June 2008, Charlie’s mother was admitted to hospital, having gone into labour late the previous evening. As a result of failures in the treatment provided to Charlie’s mother during the birth, delivery by caesarean section was delayed, resulting in Charlie suffering an acute total or... […]

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