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Cerebral Palsy Case Studies


Cerebral Palsy following delay in delivery (identity protected)

Sahida Patel, specialist clinical negligence lawyer, resolved a high-profile birth injury claim for baby “M” for compensation worth over £25million. The Facts Baby “M” was born in 2005.  She sadly suffers with cerebral...

H's story - Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy

H was born in 2008.  At the time although her parents were aware that there were difficulties at birth and upon delivery, the umbilical cord gave way and broke, the hospital explained to them that they could not understand why H was born in such a poor...

Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy

M was born in 2005 following a difficult birth.  He was born in a very poor condition having suffered an acute and hypoxic period of encephalopathy in the neonatal period.  M ended up with irreversible brain damage resulting in a form of...

Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy Following Asphyxiation

A was born in 1968. He sustained an acute near total asphyxia at the very end of his birth as a result of which he has suffered from quadriplegic cerebral palsy with learning and speech difficulties throughout his life.  His parents have devoted their...

T Lives with Mild Bilateral Dystonic Cerebral Palsy

T was born in 2005 and has mild bilateral dystonic cerebral palsy. During T’s birth there were delays in his delivery and with the final ventouse delivery process there was also a failure to treat maternal pyrexia and hyperstimulation. Although T...

N - Cerebral Palsy

N is a delightful boy who was born in 2005.  He was awarded compensation following a birth injury. The compensation has allowed N and his family to move into more suitable accommodation, they now have carers and his parents have been utterly devoted in...

Dystonic Cerebral Palsy

J was born in February 2003 and suffers from dystonic cerebral palsy. She has useful mobility but is clumsy and prone to falls.  She has significant use of her upper limbs but lacks fine control and dexterity.  Her speech is difficult to...

Cerebral Palsy following delayed caesarean section

Elliot was born in 2005. During Elliot's birth the hospital staff failed to monitor his heart rate adequately and by the time a decision was made to carry out an emergency caesarean section which in itself was delayed, Elliot ended up with permanent...

Twin suffers cerebral palsy following delayed delivery

The little girl in the picture who we will call O was born in 2005. O was a twin. Although there were no delays in delivering the first twin, tragically O as the second twin was delivered by urgent caesarean section much later than what should have occurred...