Payout For Wonderful Boy

A ‘wonderful’ boy has won an £8million payout after a hospital took more than a decade to admit a blunder which left him in a wheelchair for life. Nathan Humphries (Pictured) was left with cerebral palsy and epilepsy after midwives at North Staffordshire Hospital failed to react to his mother Beverley’s high blood pressure on April 27, 1998. His mother suffered an eclamptic fit – severe seizure – leaving Nathan starved of oxygen in the womb.

A 'wonderful' boy has won an £8million payout after a hospital took more than a decade to admit a blunder which left him in a wheelchair for life. Nathan Humphries (Pictured) was left with cerebral palsy and epilepsy after midwives at North Staffordshire Hospital failed to react to his mother Beverley's high blood pressure on April 27, 1998. His mother suffered an eclamptic fit - severe seizure - leaving Nathan starved of oxygen in the womb.

A 'wonderful' boy has won an £8million payout after a hospital took more than a decade to admit a blunder which left him in a wheelchair for life. Nathan Humphries (Pictured) was left with cerebral palsy and epilepsy after midwives at North Staffordshire Hospital failed to react to his mother Beverley's high blood pressure on April 27, 1998. His mother suffered an eclamptic fit - severe seizure - leaving Nathan starved of oxygen in the womb.

A 'wonderful' boy has won an £8million payout after a hospital took more than a decade to admit a blunder which left him in a wheelchair for life. Nathan Humphries (Pictured) was left with cerebral palsy and epilepsy after midwives at North Staffordshire Hospital failed to react to his mother Beverley's high blood pressure on April 27, 1998. His mother suffered an eclamptic fit - severe seizure - leaving Nathan starved of oxygen in the womb.

A 'wonderful' boy has won an £8million payout after a hospital took more than a decade to admit a blunder which left him in a wheelchair for life. Nathan Humphries (Pictured) was left with cerebral palsy and epilepsy after midwives at North Staffordshire Hospital failed to react to his mother Beverley's high blood pressure on April 27, 1998. His mother suffered an eclamptic fit - severe seizure - leaving Nathan starved of oxygen in the womb.