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Anthony's Case - Deputyship
Anthony* is now in his twenties but at the age of 3 he developed an illness, which was not treated properly. His injuries resulted in profound and multiple learning difficulties, epilepsy, blindness and he requires 24 hour care.
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Yvonne’s Case – Deputyship
Yvonne* is a young adult who suffered severe brain damage at birth resulting in dystonic tetraplegic cerebral palsy. She lives with her mother, step-father and two younger brothers. Her mother is her primary carer and has been for all of her life.
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Jamie’s Case - Deputyship
Jamie* is a young adult who has spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy as a result of medical negligence at the time of his birth. A case was brought against the health authority and a lump sum award of £1.2 million was obtained. Ruth was appointed as professional Deputy to manage his fund and ensure Jamie’s best interests are met.
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Mary's Case - Deputyship
Mary is an elderly lady with dementia, based in Northern Ireland, who was referred to Ruth Meyer when a dispute between family had to be resolved. It was agreed that Ruth would be appointed as a professional independent deputy.
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James' Case - Private Trust
James is a 14 year old child from Northern Ireland and, due to injuries at birth, James now has moderate dyskinetic cerebral palsy and was awarded a settlement of £1.2 million.
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David's Case - Private Trust and Deputyship
David is a delightful 5 year old child who suffered injuries at birth at a hospital in England. His injuries resulted in quadriplegic cerebral palsy. David has recently moved with his family to New York as his parents are US citizens.
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Sean's Case - Deputyship
Sean* is a young adult who suffered clinical negligence at birth. His injuries resulted in mixed dyskinetic cerebral palsy with severe learning difficulties and epilepsy. Ruth Meyer works closely with the family to ensure Sean's best interests are met after a substantial payout.
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Jane's Case - Deputyship
Jane* is a nine year old child who suffered clinical injuries at birth leaving extensive physical and mental damage. Jane has severe quadriplegic cerebral palsy and needs assistance for all activities. She is also registered blind and has epilepsy.
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Amy's Case - Private Trust
Amy* is a seven year old child who suffered clinical negligence at birth leaving her with athetoid cerebral palsy with delayed motor development and hypertonia in all four limbs.
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