Digby Brown’s clinical and medical negligence solicitor pursued a cerebral palsy claim for compensation on behalf of a mother and her child following negligent treatment by hospital staff during birth.
Our lawyers secured £340,000 in compensation when a woman in her 70s died after a surgeon opened the wrong side of her skull to remove a benign brain tumour.
Our clinical negligence solicitors helped a man secure compensation after he had to undergo above knee amputation.
Our solicitors helped a woman in Glasgow, Scotland, after hospital negligence meant she suffered from permanent nerve damage to her right arm.
Our clinical negligence solicitors secured compensation for a family in Scotland to ensure their child is taken care of for the rest of his life.
Digby Brown’s expert medical negligence solicitors helped a man after his hernia repair surgery went wrong as the result of clinical negligence. Find out how we can help.
Mr R came to Digby Brown after medical staff removed the wrong scar, leaving a much larger scar on his face.
A delay in diagnosis meant our client suffers from permanent distorted and reduced vision in her left eye. Specsavers initially argued that a delay in treatment made no difference to this outcome.
Failure to implement skin inspection regime and follow a turning and positioning regime during the night at hospital resulted in a further 4 months in hospital.
Following the first operation, Mrs Y had to have a further four operations by a plastic surgeon but was left with long term damage and discomfort.
MM visited his GP on multiple occasions and his local hospital but they failed to provide the correct diagnosis, which later led to his death.
One case taken forward by Digby Brown involved the delivery of a baby called Thomas in 1994, during which, he suffered from a condition called shoulder dystocia.
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