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Brain Injury Lawyers

Brain damage - failure to diagnose an abscess leading to sudden collapse and brain damage with development of severe cognitive defect and disability

Defendants: Basildon and Thurrock University NHS Trust

The Facts A 17-year-old boy attended the casualty department of his local hospital complaining of severe earache and also ongoing serious headache. He was examined and blood samples were taken for analysis. He was told that he would be contacted when the...

Brain damaged baby, failure to deliver earlier

Defendants: East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust

The Facts The client was a 28 year old woman who was pregnant and attended hospital to give birth when she started to have labour pains. She was monitored during the birth but unfortunately the medical staff did not watch and interpret the information...

Ototoxicity: damage to the ears from gentamycin

Defendants: Whipps Cross University Hospitals NHS Trust

The Facts An 81 year old man was admitted to hospital and diagnosed with heart block. He was given a pacemaker. Approximately 4 months after this, he began to suffer from flu like symptoms. He attended hospital and was diagnosed with infective...

Young man injured as a result of his carers failure to carry resuscitation equipment


The Facts: Some years before these events, when the young man was 17 years old, a lesion was discovered in his brain stem. He ended up becoming paralysed and he had a tracheostomy fitted to enable him to breathe. A carer from a care agency looked after him from time to time when his family was unavailable.