Our cases

We have settled ten cerebral palsy claims in the last 12 months alone and every case has required a different approach, due to the individual complexities of these types of cases. 

Where we are successful, we are able to recover compensation to assist the client and their family with care needs, therapy and equipment needs and ensure that the individual 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:

Liability settlement for man with dyskinetic cerebral palsy

Boyes Turner’s specialist birth injury lawyers have secured a liability settlement for a 21 year old man with moderately severe, dyskinetic cerebral palsy. The claimant suffered a short period of profound hypoxic ischaemia (lack of oxygen) in the...

£885,000 lump sum and lifelong payments for girl with a hypoxic ischaemic injury

Boyes Turner’s specialist cerebral palsy lawyers  have secured compensation of an £885,000 lump sum and lifelong annual payments of £134,700 rising to £168,700 for an eight year old girl who suffers from cerebral palsy. ...

Boyes Turner secure admission of liability for brain damage caused at birth 20 years ago

Boyes Turner’s specialist cerebral palsy solicitors  have obtained an admission of liability for a young man who suffered brain damage at birth over 20 years ago . The defendant NHS hospital, which was responsible for his mother’s care...

Liability settlement secured for 16 year old girl who suffered brain injury at birth

Boyes Turner’s specialist birth injury lawyers have secured a liability settlement for a sixteen year old girl who suffered a brain injury at birth. The claimant’s learning difficulties and language impairment were the result of a prolonged...

Admission of liability for young girl with quadriplegic cerebral palsy

Boyes Turner’s brain injury lawyers have secured an admission of liability from an NHS hospital for a young girl with quadriplegic cerebral palsy. Our client was born in a healthy condition but contracted group B streptococcal meningitis within the...

Admission of liability for teenage boy with brain damage from birth

Boyes Turner’s specialist cerebral palsy lawyers have secured an admission of liability for a teenage boy who suffered brain damage at birth. The claimant has cerebral palsy with four limb dystonia, severe learning difficulties and communication...

Liability settlement for 14yr old with dystonic cerebral palsy

Boyes Turner’s expert cerebral palsy lawyers have obtained a liability settlement for a 14 year old boy with dystonic cerebral palsy. The claimant’s condition was caused by acute, profound asphyxia in the final minutes leading up to his birth. ...

Admission of liability for young boy with severe brain injury due to kernicterus

Boyes Turner’s brain-injury lawyers have secured an admission of liability for a six year old boy. Our client has severe neurodevelopmental impairment resulting from  kernicterus , a condition related to jaundice which leads to brain damage, and...

Admission of liability young girl with severe dyskinetic cerebral palsy

Boyes Turner’s cerebral palsy specialists have secured an admission of liability for a five year old girl with severe dyskinetic cerebral palsy. Our client’s injury was caused by an acute period of hypoxia (lack of oxygen) in the minutes leading...

£3,375,000 settlement for girl with dyskinetic cerebral palsy

Boyes Turner’s specialist cerebral palsy lawyers have secured a lump sum settlement of £3,375,000 for a seven year old girl with dyskinetic cerebral palsy. The claimant’s brain injury, which has left her severely disabled, unable to...

Admission of liability for boy with brain injury from untreated neonatal hypoglycaemia

Boyes Turner’s brain injury solicitors  have secured an admission of liability from an NHS hospital for a boy who suffered a  brain injury  from untreated neonatal hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar). After a normal pregnancy but slow...

£3.1 million lump sum for brain injury suffered 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...
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I have to say I was extremely impressed with the service in what was a very difficult time for myself and my family. The advice and support I had from the team was fantastic and invaluable. They put mine and my wife's mind at rest on many occasions and got a great result for us. Thank you from all of us.

Mr Horne

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