Settled cerebral palsy claims

We have recovered well over £100 million in compensation in recent years which has helped our clients and their families with care needs, therapy and equipment needs and ensured that they will continue to receive all the assistance they need for the remainder of their life. Here are just some of the clients that we have recovered compensation for:

£21 million settlement for teenager with cerebral palsy from negligently delayed delivery

Boyes Turner’s specialist cerebral palsy lawyers have secured a £21 million* settlement for a severely disabled teenager who has quadriplegic cerebral palsy , severe learning difficulties and communication problems arising from...

Admission of liability for boy profoundly brain damaged at birth during 9 hours of negligent delay

Boyes Turner’s birth injury lawyers have secured an admission of liability for a young boy with cerebral palsy who suffered profound damage to his brain when his delivery was negligently delayed by more than nine hours. The brain injury Our...

Liability judgment for girl with severe cerebral palsy after her mother was sent home in labour

Boyes Turner’s birth injury specialists have obtained a liability judgment for a young girl whose brain was damaged leading to severe, disabling cerebral palsy of the utmost severity after her mother was negligently sent home by the defendant hospital...

Liability judgment for brain-damaged baby after hospital sent home high risk mother

Boyes Turner’s cerebral palsy specialists have secured a liability judgment and £250,000 interim payment for a boy with diplegic cerebral palsy who suffered hypoxic ischaemic damage to his brain when his mother was negligently sent home from...

£4.7 million settlement for girl with severe spastic and dystonic quadriplegic cerebral palsy after negligent VBAC labour

Boyes Turner’s cerebral palsy lawyers have secured a £3.25m lump sum settlement with annual cost of care payments of up to £320,000 for a 12-year-old girl with severe quadriplegic cerebral palsy and significant neurodevelopmental...

Admission of liability for boy with dyskinetic cerebral palsy following negligent 'water birth'

Our specialist birth injury lawyers have settled liability in a claim for an eight-year-old boy who has severe dyskinetic , four-limb cerebral palsy as a result of a hospital midwife’s negligent management of his ‘water birth’ delivery. ...

£3 million settlement for young adult with cerebral palsy caused by hypoxic birth injury

Our cerebral palsy lawyers have secured a £3 million settlement for a young man who was brain-injured at birth, despite the injury happening over 20 years ago. Our client approached us as a young adult, asking us to investigate the cause of his...

£19 million settlement for 11 year old with dyskinetic cerebral palsy

Boyes Turner’s birth injury solicitors have secured a settlement of £19 million* for an 11-year-old girl who suffered hypoxic brain damage during a 25-30 minute delay in her delivery. Delay Our client’s profound injury arose from the...

Admission of liability for a two-year-old girl with Erb's palsy

Boyes Turner’s birth injury lawyers have secured an admission of liability for a two-year-old girl with Erb’s palsy which was caused by the defendant hospital’s obstetric staff’s negligent management of her birth. The...

Admission of liability for five-year-old girl with cerebral palsy caused by negligent delays at birth

Boyes Turner’s cerebral palsy specialists have secured an admission of liability for a severely disabled, five-year-old girl who suffered grade 2 hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy when hospital staff failed to recognise signs of fetal distress during...

£2.5 million settlement for boy with mild dyskinetic cerebral palsy

Boyes Turner’s cerebral palsy lawyers have secured a £2.5 million settlement for a boy with mild dyskinetic cerebral palsy. Missed opportunities The claimant’s mother went into labour spontaneously at 41 weeks of pregnancy and, after...

£16million settlement for teenager with cerebral palsy from hypoxic birth injury

Boyes Turner’s specialist cerebral palsy lawyers have secured a £16 million settlement for a teenager who was permanently disabled as a result of negligent obstetric and midwifery care at birth. The claimant suffered profound and acute ...

Landmark Treloar's PPO settlement for boy with severe dyskinetic spastic cerebral palsy

Boyes Turner’s brain injury specialists have negotiated an innovative settlement on behalf of a severely disabled, eight-year-old boy with severe dyskinetic/spastic cerebral palsy. The boy suffered a  traumatic brain injury and hypoxic ischaemia...

£3.1 million lump sum for boy who suffered brain injury at birth

Boyes Turner obtained damages of £3.1 million lump sum, with annual periodical payments of £60,484 rising to £133,250 per annum, for a boy who suffered a brain injury from untreated hypoglycaemia in the first few days of his life. ...

£3.7 million lump sum for boy with four limb dystonia

Boyes Turner’s specialist brain injury lawyers have secured a substantial settlement for ten year old boy with four limb dystonia who suffered a brain injury at birth . The claimant was delivered in poor condition after hospital medical and...

$23 million settlement for New York resident seven-year-old boy with kernicterus brain damage

Boyes Turner’s brain injury specialists have secured a $23 million settlement for a seven-year-old boy who was brain damaged as a newborn baby when postnatal community midwives failed to recognise the signs of jaundice. Untreated, he developed ...

£7 million compensation secured for Jennifer following hospital negligence

Our client Jennifer* suffered a  brain injury at birth  following negligent delays in her delivery. As a result Jennifer suffers from severe  dyskinetic cerebral palsy  which affects all of her limbs. Jennifer is totally dependent on...

Cerebral palsy claim admission of liability from Royal Berkshire Hospital

Our client Maisie* (now seven years old) was injured when delays during her birth meant that the supply of oxygen to her brain was temporarily stopped, causing a hypoxic brain injury. This severe brain injury is the cause of Maisie’s  dyskinetic...

£3.2 million settlement after oxygen starvation at birth leaves child with dyskinetic cerebral palsy

Our client Christopher* suffered a  hypoxic ischaemic brain injury  during his delivery, which meant that the oxygen supply to his brain was temporary stopped. This resulted in Christopher becoming one of a number of babies with cerebral palsy...

£2.5 million compensation recovered for dystonic cerebral palsy sufferer

Our client Fiona* was a victim of cerebral palsy negligence when she suffered a severe brain injury during her delivery, which resulted in  severe dystonic cerebral palsy . She cannot work or live independently, needs round the clock care and her life...

£2+ million compensation settlement for dystonic tetraplegic cerebral palsy sufferer

Our client Holly* was injured as a result of birth injury negligence during her delivery, which resulted in a diagnosis of  dystonic tetraplegic cerebral palsy . Holly needs a lot of help with her day-to-day life and depends on a number of aids and...

Birth negligence claim settled for £3 million following brain injury at birth

Our client Jacob* was injured at birth when during a cesarean section delivery the supply of oxygen to his brain was temporarily stopped. As a result he suffered a  hypoxic ischaemic brain injury , which resulted in spastic  quadriplegic cerebral...

Cerebral palsy claim settled for £2.9 million settlement after acute hypoxic event during birth of twins

Our client George*, the second of twin babies, was injured when he suffered a  severe hypoxic brain injury  when his umbilical cord became caught around his neck, depriving his brain of oxygen. As a result of this severe hypoxic brain injury...

Successful claim against MoD for mild dystonic cerebral palsy - £300,000 settlement

Our client Caleb* was delivered with cerebral palsy at birth at a Military Hospital run by the Ministry of Defence. He suffered an injury during birth when the supply of oxygen to his brain was temporarily stopped, resulting in mild  dystonic cerebral...

£3.6 million compensation settlement for Adam after hospital fail to diagnose infection following his birth

Our client Adam* suffered a severe brain injury when a failure to respond to signs of infection just after his birth led to permanent brain damage caused by inflammation of the tissues surrounding his brain (the meninges). The result of this permanent brain...

Birth injury negligence claim success against Frimley Park Hospital

Our client Nathan* suffered an injury during birth when delays meant that he was not delivered fast enough, despite obvious signs that he was very distressed. This caused a very severe birth injury that resulted in  quadriplegic cerebral palsy...

Profoundly brain damaged baby claim settled fter hospital negligence led to child's death

Our client Samuel* suffered a severe brain injury during his delivery when delays meant that his brain was deprived of oxygen causing an  ischaemic brain injury . Samuel went on to develop  cerebral palsy  as a result of the ischaemic brain...

£4+ million settlement recovered after hospital negligence causes cerebral palsy

Our client William* suffered a severe brain injury during birth when a failure to respond to his distress meant that he was not delivered early enough. As a result of the delay in his delivery William experienced a  hypoxic ischaemic brain injury ,...

£1.5 million compensation for 24 year old born with spina bifida

Our client Hannah* (now 24 years old) was born with spina bifida and hydrocephalus. Errors during her birth also meant that her oxygen supply was temporarily cut off, causing an  hypoxic ischaemic injury  that resulted in  cerebral palsy . As...

Birth brain injury claim settled for 5 year old with severe cerebral palsy

Our client Grace* (now 5 years old) suffered an injury during birth that resulted in  severe cerebral palsy . Grace was seriously and permanently injured during her delivery and will not be able to recover. Cerebral palsy is a condition that affects...

Compensation recovered from Isle of Wight hospital following birth negligence

Our client Jack* was injured at birth when delays in the run up to his delivery temporarily stopped the supply of oxygen to his brain. This caused a  hypoxic ischaemia injury , which resulted in dystonic cerebral palsy primarily by way of movement...

Hemiplegia birth injury claim success against Leeds General Infirmary

Our client In 2004 Caitlin* suffered an injury during birth to the right side of her brain, causing a  left-sided hemiplegia . Her case was unusual, as a brain injury during birth is most commonly caused by a child’s brain being deprived of...

£3 million settlement awarded after hospital's failure to diagnose infection leads to cerebral palsy

Our client Lucas* was injured when delays in treating an infection that appeared shortly after he was born resulted in a severe brain injury, causing permanent brain damage and  cerebral palsy . The result Following a detailed review of Lucas'...

Brain damage at birth judgment against Guy's & St Thomas' NHS trust

Our client Matthew* (now 3 years old) was injured when delays during his birth reduced the supply of oxygen to his brain resulting in a  hypoxic ischaemic injury  caused by perinatal asphyxia. This resulted in Matthew being diagnosed with ...

Compensation claim settled following failure to treat newborn jaundice

Our client Oscar* (now three years old) was born prematurely and developed  jaundice  and elevated bilirubin levels after he was admitted to the hospital’s neonatal unit. He has  cerebral palsy  caused by bilirubin toxicity. ...

Severe spastic cerebral palsy caused by hypoxic ischemia during birth - judgment secured

Our client Sarah* (eight years old) was injured at birth when delays during her delivery meant that the supply of oxygen to her brain was reduced. This caused an acute  hypoxic ischemia brain injury , resulting in  severe spastic cerebral palsy . ...

Judgment secured against Newham University Hospital NHS Trust

Our client Nicole* was injured when the supply of oxygen to her brain was temporarily stopped resulting in a  hypoxic ischaemic brain injury , one of the causes of  cerebral palsy . The hypoxic ischaemic brain injury was confirmed following MRI...

Compensation claim settled against Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust

Our client Lauren* was a victim of birth injury negligence when delays during her delivery caused the supply of oxygen to her brain to be temporarily stopped. This resulted in an  hypoxic ischaemic injury , and severe mixed  spastic cerebral palsy...

Calderdale hospital negligence - birth injury claim compensation

Our client Joseph* (now 10 years old) suffered a cerebral palsy birth injury when a lack of care during his delivery meant that the supply of oxygen to his brain was temporarily stopped. This birth injury resulted in asymmetrical  dyskinetic cerebral...

Dyskinetic cerebral palsy judgment - hospital negligence during birth

Our client Toby* (now five years old) was injured when delays during his birth meant that his brain was deprived of oxygen, causing a  hypoxic ischaemic injury , and resulting in  dyskinetic cerebral palsy . A child with dyskinetic cerebral palsy...

Compensation secured after perinatal brain injury caused during birth

Our client Reuben* (two years old) was injured when a delay in his delivery caused a perinatal hypoxic brain injury during his birth. Reuben is too young for the full impact of his birth injury to be assessed but he already has damage to the central nervous...

Compensation secured for York hospital spastic cerebral palsy case

Our client Sophie* (four years old) was injured when delays during her birth reduced the supply of oxygen to her brain, causing a  hypoxic ischaemic brain injury . This resulted in  severe spastic cerebral palsy .  Sophie needs assistance...

£3 million compensation - delay in delivery led to cerebral palsy

Our client Alexander (now 19 years old) had a long and difficult delivery. Delays during his birth temporarily stopped the supply of oxygen to his brain, causing a serious birth injury ( a hypoxic brain injury ), resulting in  dyskinetic cerebral palsy...

Compensation secured after delay in delivery caused cerebral palsy

Our client Jessica* (24 years old) was injured at birth when delays during her delivery meant that the supply of oxygen to her brain was temporarily stopped, causing a hypoxic brain injury. This brain injury resulted in Jessica being born with ...

Compensation secured following delay in diagnosis of meningitis

In March 2013 Boyes Turner secured a 57.5% liability settlement in favour of 23 year old, Joanne* who developed a severe brain injury after a  delay in diagnosis and treatment of meningitis  in February 1990.   Joanne has been diagnosed...

Compensation secured for child with severe dyskinetic cerebral palsy

Our client Liam* (five years old) was injured when delays during his birth reduced the supply of oxygen to his brain causing a hypoxic ischemic brain injury. This resulted in severe  dyskinetic cerebral palsy  involving all four of...

Negligent treatment during childbirth leads to cerebral palsy judgment

Our client Rebecca* (now seven years old) was injured when delays during her birth meant that the supply of oxygen to her brain was reduced causing an  ischaemic brain injury . This resulted in cerebral palsy in the form of  four-limbed dystonia ....

£1.3 million secured for 14 year old dyskinetic cerebral palsy sufferer

Our client Malcolm* suffered a brain injury at birth following negligent delays in delivering him, which meant that there was a lack of oxygen to his brain. As a result Malcolm suffers from asymmetric moderate  dyskinetic cerebral palsy  and he...

Compensation secured for child after oxygen deprivation causes cerebral palsy

Our client Laura* (8 years old) was injured when delays during her birth reduced the supply of oxygen to her brain, causing a hypoxic ischemic brain injury. This resulted in  cerebral palsy , asymmetric spastic quadriplegia and global developmental...

Compensation secured after birth delay causes brain injury

Our client Six year old Sophie* was injured when delays during her birth reduced the supply of oxygen to her brain, causing a hypoxic ischemic brain injury. This resulted in severe whole body cerebral palsy and severe learning difficulties. Sophie is...
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