The claimant's parents were concerned about their daughter who was walking with an out-turned foot. She was referred to hospital by her GP for further investigations but despite attending multiple appointments at the hospital Trust, she did not receive a diagnosis of bilateral hip dysplasia until she was more than three-years old. Once she was diagnosed, she underwent bilateral hip reconstruction aged three-and-a-half.
Because of the delayed diagnosis, the Claimant underwent more extensive surgery than she otherwise would have needed and a worse long-term outcome.
The hospital Trust made some admissions for their failures of care and the claim ultimately settled for a six-figure sum to compensate the claimant for her injuries and to pay for future private medical expenses, therapies and care when needed.
The Claimant's parents were very grateful to Christina and the team at Fieldfisher for their help in reaching a settlement of their daughters claim.
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