Our Recent Case Wins
HospitalNegligence.co.uk’s medical negligence law experts regularly recover significant amounts of financial compensation for clients who have suffered physical and mental injury, or developed serious long-term medical conditions, as a result of the negligence of a doctor or nurse.
The financial compensation awarded as a result of these cases ensures our clients can maintain a good standard of living despite their illness or injury, whilst at the same time covering the costs of medical and household bills incurred during a period spent out of work, as well as any other rehabilitation costs.
Scroll down to browse a list of our most recent case wins, including a £2.6 million cauda equina settlement and an award of £3 million for failure to administer antibiotics, resulting in a brain injury.
All case studies are based on the stories of real patients who have been helped by HospitalNegligence.co.uk’s medical law experts. Some names and locations have been changed to protect identities.
Simon had to undergo avoidable surgery after a nurse failed to investigate the possibility that he had suffered a fracture to the scaphoid bone in his wrist after a fall. The medical law experts at Hospital Negligence secured Simon £32,000 for his pain and suffering
The medical law experts at Hospital Negligence obtained Daniel £5,000 in compensation after a negligent procedure to remove a splinter from his thumb.
Ciaran was left with severe quadriplegic cerebral palsy after mistakes made during his birth and tragically died.The medical law experts at Hospital Negligence obtained £150,000 in compensation for Ciaran’s parents.
Timothy lost a testicle after a vasectomy went badly wrong. The medical law experts at Hospital Negligence obtained him £9,000 in compensation.
Dominic developed kernicterus and subsequent brain damage after his newborn jaundice was not treated appropriately. The medical law experts at Hospital Negligence helped him to win his battle for justice.
Ultrasound errors lead to Samantha giving birth to a baby with congenital disorder Spina Bifida. The team at Hospital Negligence secured her £120,000 in compensation.
Steven was left severely debilitated after opportunities to diagnose and treat his cauda equina syndrome were missed, including initially diagnosing sciatica.
Pauline developed cancer of the lymph nodes after a delay in diagnosing breast cancer. The team at Hospital Negligence took on Pauline's case and she was later awarded £90,000 in compensation.
Nashae was left with permanent brain damage after jaundice care failures. His case was taken on by Angharad Hughes, one of Hospital Negligence's medical law experts, and the trust made a full admission of liability.
Derek was awarded £750,000 in compensation after losing his sight due to hospital errors.
Rhianna Rawding, nine, was wrongly sent home from hospital and later died of septicaemia. Her parents case is being handled by Hospital Negligence's Beth Reay.
Denise was left with on-going problems with her right hand after a surgeon removed the wrong bone during an operation to treat her osteoarthritis. After contacting the team at Hospital Negligence for help she was awarded £37,500 in compensation.