- Solicitors For Business
- Solicitors For You
- About Us
- News & Events
Fatal Negligence Case Studies
Wendy was 2 weeks past her due date when she was admitted to hospital for induction of labour. It was her first child. Wendy was traumatised by both the emergency delivery and the subsequent death of her baby and irrationally blamed herself for not protecting him from harm.
Harriet was 12 days overdue when she was admitted to hospital in labour. The baby was born in extremely poor condition with the umbilical cord wrapped tightly round her neck, after 6 days intensive care support was withdrawn and she sadly passed away.
Lynda had been otherwise well before she first attended her GP suffering from shortness of breath, with palpitations. She had a chest X-ray and ECG but no abnormalities were detected.