“Wrongful birth” arising from mistake by Oxford genetics laboratoryBirth Injury Claim, Wrongful Birth
£5.25 million claim against Queen's Medical Centre when radiologist fails to identify brain defectBirth Injury Claim, Wrongful Birth
£1.35million recovered for parents after 20 week scan failed to detect two serious abnormalitiesBirth Injury Claim, Wrongful Birth
£360,000 for pain, suffering and loss of earnings after wrongful birthBirth Injury Claim, Wrongful Birth
£750,000 awarded to parents after failure to identify child with Spina BifidaBirth Injury Claim, Wrongful Birth
Genetics claim for wrongful birth at Queen ELizabeth II HospitalBirth Injury Claim, Wrongful Birth
£550,000 awarded after failure to detect genetic disorder, Sanfilippo DiseaseBirth Injury Claim, Wrongful Birth
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