Cerebral Palsy claim due to overstimulation of the uterus – £732,000

In 1997 Mrs Cooper became pregnant for the first time and the pregnancy was entirely normal until approximately 35 weeks when she was admitted to hospital with back pain. Labour was induced a few days later but too much Prostin was given and Mrs Cooper’s uterus began to contract too strongly.

After some delay her daughter was eventually delivered by emergency Caesarean section but had suffered brain injury which caused a very mild Cerebral Palsy.

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