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Settlement of Compensation for Undiagnosed Pregnancy Complications Approved

A €1.98 million interim settlement of compensation for undiagnosed pregnancy complications has been approved at hearing of the High Court. The claim for compensation for undiagnosed pregnancy complications was brought by the mother of a boy, who allegedly suffered avoidable

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Interim Settlement Approved in Medical Negligence Claim against Cavan General Hospital

A €2.1 million interim settlement of compensation has been approved at the High Court after a medical negligence claim against Cavan general Hospital was heard. Patrick Brannigan (now seven years of age) was born by emergency Caesarean Section at Cavan

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High Court Approves Medical Negligence Compensation for a Mismanaged Birth

The High Court has approved a €2 million interim settlement of medical negligence compensation for a mismanaged birth in favour of a four-year-old boy with cerebral palsy. Kevin Dunphy-English was born “neurologically compromised” at the Waterford Regional Hospital on 9th

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Interim Settlement of Compensation for Failure to Act on Test Results Approved

An interim settlement of compensation for the failure to act on test results, which resulted in a young girl being born with cerebral palsy birth injuries, has been approved by Mr Justice Kevin Cross at the High Court. Isabelle Sheehan

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Judge Approves Settlement of Compensation for Athetoid Cerebral Palsy after Hearing

A judge at Leeds High Court has approved a settlement of compensation for athetoid cerebral palsy which will provide Ruby Curtis from Garforth in West Yorkshire with the care that she needs for the rest of her life. Ruby (now

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Cerebral Palsy due to Hospital Negligence Could be Reduced with More Consultants

A senior doctor at the Rotunda Hospital in Dublin has claimed that cerebral palsy due to hospital negligence could be reduced if more consultants were available. Dr Sam Coulter-Smith was addressing a conference attended by legal professionals, doctors, midwives and

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Cerebral Palsy at Birth Compensation Settlement Approved

An interim cerebral palsy birth at compensation settlement has been approved in the High Court for a thirteen-year-old boy who suffered irreversible brain damage at the time of his birth. Ryan Brennan from Co Tipperary was born at St. Joseph´s Hospital

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