British Evie Toombes of Skegness, Lincolnshire, decided to lodge a lawsuit against his mother’s doctor, whom he sees as a fault in his illness and disability. Dr. Philip Mitchell was not to inform the pregnant woman about the need to take the necessary supplements, including folic acid, to minimize the risk of spina bifida in the child.
Millions in compensation?
After her birth in November 2001, Evie Toombes was diagnosed with a neural tube defect in the spine leading to permanent disability. The lawsuit noted that the claimant’s mobility was “very limited” and that with age and the progression of the disease, the woman would be forced to use a wheelchair. In addition, it suffers from problems related to dysfunctions of the digestive and urinary systems.
Dr. Mitchell, who worked in the Hawthorn Medical Practice in Skegness years ago, “completely denies” responsibility, saying he gave Mrs. Toombes “sound advice.”
A young British woman is demanding financial compensation, the amount of which has not yet been precisely calculated, but the claimant has announced “large, millionth sum”.
Evie Toombes tries to be as active as possible. She trains horse jumping over obstacles, and also works with the youngest, whom she teaches about “invisible diseases”. In 2018, she was awarded an award Inspiration Young Person Award and had the opportunity to meet Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the Wellchild charity event accompanying the award.