Established in 1982, at Brendan Fleming Solicitors we specialise in Family Law, offering our clients expert legal advice in both Public and Private Law matters, including Care Proceedings, Non-Accidental Injury, Divorce & Children’s Proceedings and issues with Social Services.

 

Contact Brendan Fleming Solicitors by emailing info@brendanfleming.co.uk or by calling 0800 246 5147

 

Contact our Non-Accidental Injury Department on 0800 246 5147 or 07730 143 432. If it is out of hours, you can call our staffed 24 hour helpline on 0121 683 5000. Alternatively you can email us on help@nonaccidentalinjury.co.uk

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Birmingham B3 1SW

 

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info@brendanfleming.co.uk

 

Non Accidental Injury Case Studies

Case Studies

Over the years, our specialist Non-Accidental Department have handled many cases where parents were accused of deliberately harming their children.

  • In this case we represented a father. Parents had been accused of causing acute subdural haemorrhages and bilateral retinal haemorrhages in their very young baby by way of trauma of shaking. The case was heard in the High Court. A number of medical experts were......

  • In this case we represented the mother. Her very young baby, who had suffered with a number of conditions since birth, was presented to hospital and examinations revealed subdural haemorrhages, bilateral retinal haemorrhages, fractures and bruising. The case was heard in the High Court. A......

  • In this case we represented a father. His very young baby had sustained subdural haemorrhages and retinal haemorrhages. The history provide was that the baby’s sibling had accidentally dropped the baby. The baby was immediately presented to hospital as she appeared floppy, pale and unresponsive.......

  • In this case we represented a father. His very young baby had sustained an acute subdural haemorrhage. The case was considered by the High Court. The parents could not provide an explanation for this injury and were accused of shaking their baby. The baby was......

  • In this case we represented a father. Parents were accused of shaking their baby after he was presented to hospital with subdural haemorrhages and bilateral retinal haemorrhages. Initially, the baby was placed in foster care but following a successful family assessment he was placed with......

  • In this case we represented a father. Mother and father were accused of shaking their young baby. The baby had also sustained fractures and bruising which the parents were accused of being responsible for. The case was considered in the High Court. A number of......

  • In this case we represented a mother. There were 4 children. One child had sustained burns to the hands and another child had sustained fractures. A Paediatric Radiologist and Paediatrician were instructed to report on the case. A Fact Finding Hearing was held in which......

  • In this case we represented a father in respect of his very young baby. Mother and father were accused of causing bruising to the baby. It was later confirmed by the hospital that the alleged bruises were not in fact bruising they were Mongolian Blue......

  • In this case we represented a father who had previously had findings of non-accidental injury made against him. The mother sought to re-open the findings due to a change in expert opinion which needed to be explored. This was agreed by the father. During the......

  • In this case we represented a mother. The mother was found in initial care proceedings to have non accidentally caused bruising to her son alongside that of the father. Findings of neglect and domestic violence were also made by the Court. At the end of......

  • In this case we represented a mother. The mother was accused of causing a fracture to her young daughter. The child was permitted to reside with a family member with the mother visiting daily. As part of the pre-proceedings stage of this case a Paediatric......

  • In this case we represent the father.  They had 2 children.  The youngest child had sustained a fracture to her leg and bruises.  Parents denied causing injury to their child.  A number of medical experts were instructed including a Paediatric Radiologist, Paediatrician and Paediatric Haematologist.......

  • In this case we represented the mother who had been accused of causing multiple fractures and marks to her 6 weeks old baby.  The matter was considered by the High Court.  A number of medical experts were instructed in this matter including a Paediatric Radiologist,......

  • We represented a mother in this case.  One of the children had sustained two metaphyseal fractures, one to the distal humeral and the other to the proximal tibia fractures.  The Local Authority sought finings that the injuries have been caused non-accidentally.  It was asserted that......

  • In this case we represented a mother in respect of her two children who had been accused of causing a number of bruises to one of the children, some were to the face.  It was decided that although the injuries were considered to be non-accidental......

  • In this case we represented a mother in respect of her 2 children.  One of the children had been presented to hospital with a fractured clavicle and numerous bruises to the head, trunk, back and both legs.  Mother accepted that the injuries were caused by......

  • In this case we represented a father who had been accused of causing bruises and grazes to his 3 children.  The children remained in the care of the father whilst investigations were ongoing.  A Paediatrician was instructed to assist the Court.  It was determined that......

  • In this case we represented a father whose son had sustained head injuries and ophthalmological injuries.  The case was considered in the High Court.  The explanation provided by the parents was that the child had suffered a short fall from a bed onto a carpeted......

  • In this case we represented the mother in respect of her young child.  The child presented with petechial bruising to the stomach and legs. The child was immediately presented to hospital given his young age where more appeared while the child was waiting to be......

  • We represented the father in this case concerning his young twin babies. One twin presented with bruising to his legs (the other was noted to be without any marks or bruises) and as the parents were not able to offer an explanation to satisfy the......

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