Cauda Equina Syndrome (CES) is rare and serious condition. It is caused when a group of spinal nerves at the bottom of the spinal cord become compressed. It is a serious medical emergency requiring urgent treatment to avoid permanent neurological damage. For more information please see here.
Moore Barlow are delighted to be supporting the Cauda Equina Syndrome Association (CESA) under their charity umbrella Cauda Equina Champions Charity (CECC) in the first ever National Awareness Day campaign on 1st October 2020. Cauda equina syndrome (CES) is a little known but devastating condition that absolutely necessitates recognition on a national scale. CES is […]
Moore Blatch has successfully represented a 59-year-old woman in her claim against an NHS organisation. Our client attended an NHS Treatment Centre in order to have an incisional hernia repair under general anaesthetic. What was a seemingly routine operation transcended into something much more severe leading to our client suffering hypoxic brain damage. As a […]
Following the Health Service Investigation Branch’s (HSIB) recent report on the failures relating to the timely monitoring of glaucoma, this article explains the role Moore Blatch played in highlighting this issue nationally. Moore Blatch received instructions from a mother of three who had lost her sight as a result of delays within the glaucoma monitoring […]
Take a moment to listen to Tirina’s story as a result of medical negligence in diagnosis and treatment of Cauda Equina syndrome.
Take a moment to hear Elisabeth’s story and testimonial for Moore Blatch.
Ms S has recovered compensation following a procedure to resurface her hip in 2009, which resulted in an infection that severely damaged her leg and hip, leaving her unable to walk or work and requiring extensive care on a daily basis.
The circumstances in which Miss A came to sustain her brain damage are as follows. Her mother, was admitted to Hospital with spontaneous rupture of membranes in labour, this being her first pregnancy, at the age of 18. At around 03:45, a fetal bradycardia developed and Miss A was born in poor condition at 04:08. […]
Take a moment to hear from John Clark, one of our clients who suffered from Cauda Equina. In this video, John explains how he has been affected by the condition, his desire to seek answers as to why it had happened and the role that Moore Blatch played to help John with his rehabilitation and […]
Cauda Equina is a life-changing condition whereby the nerves at the bottom of the spine get compressed, which if left undiagnosed is a medical emergency. Maya Sushila, partner at Moore Blatch explains in more detail.
Mr JC recovered compensation following deficiencies in the care he received, resulting in the development of cauda equina syndrome, leaving him with serious physical consequences and an inability to continue working.