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In a relatively small number of cases, babies suffer irreversible brain damage as a result of a serious injury which occurred before, during, or just after birth. These incidents can be avoided if the appropriate medical care and timely intervention is provided. Both mother and baby should be carefully monitored
Our client Pauline* has bravely, and kindly, agreed for us to follow her family’s post medical negligence journey in a series of blogs. More than 11 years ago, during her second daughter’s birth, medical professionals failed to take the appropriate course of action to deliver her baby via a caesarean
Serious, and avoidable, birth injuries are thankfully rare but if your family has been affected, we understand the devastating impact that this has on your child and the entire family.
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The High Court has approved a medical negligence claim today, Friday 15th November, for a seven- year-old child from South Wales who suffered a significant
Blackpool based birth injuries specialist Diane Rostron has been ranked in the 2020 Legal 500 directory which recognises the top lawyers in the UK. Ranked
Failing to monitor both mother and baby carefully during labour and delays of just a few minutes in taking the appropriate medical action can mean the difference between a perfectly healthy baby, and one that is devastatingly injured. When a family suffers an avoidable birth injury before, during, or just after birth, the effects last a lifetime. Read our piece on the Shropshire Star.
When our specialist team is approached for support, our clients are broken following a devastating incident of medical negligence. Their pain is further compounded in the knowledge that what happened should and could have been avoided. Transparency from the medical professionals involved is vital to help affected families start to heal. Read more in our piece on Shropshirelive.com.