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.
An ambulance failed to complete an adequate risk assessment and dropped vulnerable Patrick causing him injury and distress. Hospital Negligence's Katie Nolan took on his case and secured £4,500 in compensation.
Dominic was awarded £775,000 in compensation after contacting the team at Hospital Negligence for help with his vision loss claim.
Bernard suffered a two year delay in diagnosing his prostate cancer after a doctor failed to read the last page of his test results. After contacting Hospital Negligence for help Bernard was awarded £12,000 in compensation.
Fran had to undergo emergency surgery and was left with an eight inch scar after a delay in diagnosing an ectopic pregnancy. After contacting Hospital Negligence for help she was awarded £20,000 in compensation.
Amanda received £625,000 in compensation after her case was taken on Sally Leonards, one of our specialist medical negligence solicitors.
Ann's life was devastated by a series of appalling errors that were made in the treatment of her cauda equina syndrome. Hospital Negligence's Eddie Jones obtained her £2.6 million in compensation to enable her to cope with her disabilities.
Michael was catastrophically brain damaged during his birth due to errors made by midwives Michael later tragically died due to complications arising from his injuries and the case was continued in his father's name, who was awarded £320,000 in compensation.
Simon was left with restricted movement in his wrist after doctors failed to diagnose a fracture. After contacting the specialist solicitors at Hospital Negligence for advice Simon was awarded £4,000 in compensation.
Eleven-year-old Rebecca suffered complications after doctors failed to diagnose appendicitis. Her parents contacted Hospital Negligence for help and her case was settled for £4,500 by specialist medical negligence solicitor Nicholas Young.
Mary struggled to bond with her new baby after a swab was left in her abdomen following a caesarean section, leading to a prolonged hospital stay. The medical law experts at Hospital Negligence took on Mary's case and secured her £5,500 in compensation.
Nineteen--year-old Kurt had to have a testicle removed after hospital doctors misdiagnosed a torsion as a urinary infection. Although Kurt should still be able to become a father, his university studies and sporting pursuits were negatively affected. After taking on his case Angharad Hughes secured Kurt £11,000 in compensation.
Nine-year-old Victoria suffered a brain injury when doctors cut short her antibiotic treatment after she became unwell with appendicitis. Eddie Jones, head of the medical law and patient rights experts at Hospital Negligence, took on her fight for justice. He secured an admission of negligence from the hospital and a compensation settlement amounting to £3 million to help Victoria to cope.