Road crash mother gives birth to brain damaged baby

A recently reported case in the High Court involved a boy who tragically was born severely disabled, shortly after his mother was involved in a car accident.

Court approves Brain Damage Compensation

He was still in the womb when in 2009 his mother suffered serious neck and back injuries in a car accident.  When her son was delivered shortly afterwards, he unfortunately was found to be suffering from severe brain damage.  In a claim being made for the boy who is now 4 years old, although medical experts could not agree on the extent to which the crash had caused the boy’s brain damage, if at all, the Court still approved a settlement of £2.5 million.

Head Injury UK: Brain Damage Claim Experts

Any expectant Mum is involved in an accident is always most concerned about her baby’s health.  At Head Injury UK our specialist brain damage solicitors understand this and advise that if you have any concerns at all, see your midwife, GP or local hospital immediately for them to check that everything is fine.  If tragically you have been affected by any of these issues, it is important that you get specialist legal advice, so contact Clare Langford for a free, no-obligation discussion.

 

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