The pensioners who have suffered a giant stroke have had more than £ 500,000 damaged by NHS damages before physicians face a heart problem.
At the age of 60, the woman who had an irregular heart attacked the blood vessels that traveled with her body, the Court heard.
And, between the end of 2011 and 2013, he underwent three serious strokes, Martin McKenna's judge.
After each traitor, treatment at Hereford Wye Valley NHS Trust hospital, London Court said.
But it was not after the trials revealed by the third heart, and they were only the blood fractures it was prescribed.
Women can not even name one of their breasts in 2013, but the next year, there was no diagnosis of malignant breast cancer.
Following chemotherapy, he still underwent another stroke (fourth), but the disabilities made great disabilities.
The final result, however, partially paralyzed his memory and abilities of capabilities seriously damaged, said Judge McKenna.
One of his first "awkward and irritable" cars depends on his husband's homeland and no one cares for it.
The judge said that the NHS's trust has been accepted and the responsibility for 95% of the damage caused by the first three has been approved.
He added confidence that he has paid £ 100,000 of his temporary damages until his tide has last assessed the full amount of his compensation.
And now, it can give the trust a surcharge of £ 350,000, so you can buy and adjust a bungalow to suit your needs.
The judge said in a "conservative assessment" that his full compensation would reach at least £ 524,000.