Daily Star: Mother Wins 70k Payout After Wrong Spinal Surgery

10th June 2014

The Daily Star has featured the story of one of our clients, Mrs Baker, who received over œ70,000 in compensation after she underwent surgery on her spine without realising it was not the procedure she had signed up for.

Mrs Baker was told that she would be unable to pick up her baby daughter by the time she was two years old if she did not undergo the surgery, which was supposed to be ‘dynamic stabilisation surgery’ which secures the spine to prevent it moving too much and is intended to last ten years. Instead she had supportive devices inserted between the bones of her spine, which will only last two years – and were not inserted correctly.

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