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Birth Injury Case Studies
Read our case studies on successful clinical and medical negligence cases where JMW Solicitors has obtained considerable sums of money for people who have suffered a brain injury due to somebody else's fault. If you have suffered because of medical malpractice, contact us by calling 0345 872 6666 or completing the online enquiry form at the side of the page.
To find out more about the medical negligence cases we have taken on and won, take a look below.
Eddie Jones, head of clinical negligence at JMW, helped Khalil and his family to secure a lifelong compensation package worth £26 million after appalling errors by maternity staff caused him brain damage during his birth.
'Daniel' has severe physical disabilities, will never be able to work to earn a living and is dependent on others for all of his needs after he suffered devastating and avoidable brain damage at birth. He was awarded £25 million in compensation after his case was taken on by the cerebral palsy specialists at JMW Solicitors who have decades of experience in such cases.
'Francesca' suffered devastating brain damage during birth due to errors made with a drug used to speed up labour. She has lifelong specialist care requirements and will never be able to live independently, work for a living or have her own family. Although nothing could ever make up for this, Sally Leonards, a partner specialising in brain injury cases at JMW, was able to obtain £24 million in compensation to ensure she is properly taken care of and has financial security.
Melissa Gardner, a JMW partner specialising in cases of brain damage caused during birth, has secured a £22.3 million compensation settlement for a girl left severely disabled by maternity failures. Ruth will never be able to work and will be dependent on others for the rest of her life so the compensation will cover the cost of her 24-hour care and provide financial security.
Angharad Hughes, a partner in JMW's specialist clinical negligence team, secured £22 million in compensation, for a boy who suffered severe head trauma as a baby due to appalling errors made during a forceps delivery.
The specialist cerebral palsy solicitors at JMW secured a £22 million compensation package for an 11-year-old girl who suffered oxygen deprivation during birth leading to brain damage after her mother was talked out of having a C-section by doctors.
Melissa Gardner, a partner in JMW's medical negligence team, secured £22 million in compensation for a girl with severe physical disabilities due to poor monitoring of her oxygen levels just after she was born.
'Annie' should have been delivered urgently when there were signs that she was in distress in the womb. However blunders by midwives and doctors meant her birth was delayed and she was starved of oxygen leading to her being diagnosed with severe cerebral palsy. Eddie Jones, head of medical negligence at JMW, obtained £18 million in compensation to cover the cost of Annie's lifelong care.
'Alex' suffered severe and permanent brain damage during his birth after an induction of labour went badly wrong. Steven Brown, a partner in JMW's medical negligence team specialising in brain injuries, secured £13 million in compensation for Alex to help him to have the care and financial security he requires to cope with his disabilities.
A partner in the JMW medical negligence team and a specialist in cerebral palsy cases, obtained £13 million in compensation for two siblings who were tragically both brain damaged by hospital errors.
Shauna was left with severe cerebral palsy and requires 24-hour care for the rest of her life after maternity failures. Our specialist cerebral palsy team secured her compensation totalling £10 million to provide her with financial security.
Lily was left catastrophically brain damaged after maternity failures. The cerebral palsy specialists at JMW secured her £10 million in compensation to cover the cost of the specialist care, accommodation and financial security she requires.
The specialist cerebral palsy solicitors at JMW secured a compensation settlement of £8.8 million for 'Sam' after maternity failures left him needing round-the-clock care.
Luke suffered catastrophic brain damage due to appalling failures by midwives. He was left with severe cerebral palsy and will require 24-hour care for the rest of his life. The brain injury specialists at JMW obtained over £7 million in compensation to cover the cost of this.
Seven-year-old boy R was left brain damaged after he was starved of oxygen at birth, when doctors at failed to recognise he was in serious danger and delayed his delivery. Eddie Jones helped the boy's mother to secure £6.56 million in compensation, ensuring the financial toll of the special needs he will have for the rest of his life are taken care of.
Young Theo has severe cerebral palsy which has left him with very little mobility and unable to sit up unaided after his brain was staved of oxygen due to the negligence of a birth centre. JMW secured Theo a £6.4 million compensation package to provide the specialist care he requires.
Alfie was left with severe cerebral palsy, epilepsy and learning difficulties after midwives failed to adequately monitor his blood sugar levels following his birth.
'Bobby' was left with severe cerebral palsy and very significant disabilities after meningitis failures when he was a baby led to permanent brain damage. Bobby is not expected to live beyond his teens but a JMW medical negligence partner secured a £4.6 million care package that will enable him to have as comfortable a life as possible.
Harvey suffered devastating brain damage as a newborn baby after a community midwife failed to take action on his newborn jaundice. He was left with cerebral palsy and will never be able to live independently or hold down a job. The specialist solicitors at JMW secured £4.5 million in compensation to help Harvey to cope with his disabilities.
Melissa Gardner, a partner specialising in serious injury cases at JMW, and solicitor Rachael Heyes, have negotiated a compensation settlement totalling £9.8 million for a man who has permanent disabilities due cerebral palsy. Serious errors were made during his birth which led to his brain being starved of oxygen but he will now have access to the care, equipment and accommodation he will require for the rest of his life.