A GIRL born with cerebral palsy allegedly caused by a hospital blunder has won €23.5million in Ireland’s highest award in a personal injuries settlement.
The settlement for Kameela Kuye against the HSE was made without admission of liability and was reached after a mediation.
In a statement read after the hearing, Emma Meagher Neville, solicitor for the family, accompanied by Kameela’s mother Ganiyat, said the damages approved by the court, “after a long and arduous battle” represents “a significant figure” in personal injuries litigation here.
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