ADA House, Level 2, 54-58 Havelock St
West Perth WA 6005
PO Box 29, West Perth
Perth WA 6872
A 6 year old boy was awarded £37 million (AUD$67.39) after suffering catastrophic brain damage following a delay in administering anti-viral medication. The Claimant contracted the Herpes Simplex virus at birth at Watford General Hospital in 2012. He suffered significant cognitive and motor impairment, eyesight and communication problems and behavioural issues. Liability was admitted and an apology was given at an early stage....
Mr Frangie (the Deceased) suffered a heart attack at home. He was taken to Liverpool Hospital where, following investigations, it was found he had suffered a ST elevation myocardial infarct (STEMI). As it was likely that the Deceased had been suffering the heart attack for at least a day prior to attending hospital, his late presentation suggested that his prognosis was poor. He was discharged after 5 days, on 18 November 2016, but died at home on 21 November 2016....
The then 58-year-old patient attended upon the vascular surgeon in April 2014 on referral from her GP regarding her varicose veins. The patient’s friend had suffered a blood clot caused by varicose veins which had broken apart and resulted in a serious condition requiring hospitalisation. In July 2014, the patient underwent varicose vein stripping surgery and later developed right hip and buttock pain requiring ongoing therapy and pain management....
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