Compensation of over one million pounds has been awarded to a mum of three after a series of botched operations left her crippled for life.
Seven years ago Tracey Hughes, from Spalding, fell and broke her leg. But mistakes made at Boston's Pilgrim Hospital meant she almost had to have it amputated. In the meantime Tracey's home was repossessed after her partner lost his job as he took time off to care for her.
A mother from Sheffield is trying overturn a law which says she isn't entitled to compensation following the death of her partner. Laurie Swift was pregnant with Alan Winters' child when he died in an accident.
A woman who had her leg amputated because of mistakes made in a routine operation has won compensation. Lorraine Brewin from Grantham has just been awarded a six figure sum after the procedure to remove her varicose veins at Grantham District Hospital went badly wrong. Kate Hemingway reports.