My snip operation failed after 25 years.
THE father of a three-year-old girl is suing the hospital where he had a vasectomy vasectomy, male sterilization by surgical excision of the vas deferens, the thin duct that carries sperm cells from the testicles to the prostate and the penis. nearly 25 years ago.
Graham Adam is seeking more than pounds 50,000. He underwent the operation in 1975 but two decades later his wife, Marilyn, stunned him when she revealed she was pregnant.
She gave birth to Angela Nadine in January, 1996.
The couple have launched a damages action against Newcastle and North Tyneside North Tyneside is a metropolitan borough of Tyne and Wear in the North East of England. Its seat is at the Town Hall, Wallsend.
Created in 1974, the borough lies within the historic county boundaries of Northumberland. Health Authority.
Mr and Mrs Adam are claiming damages and interest for personal injury and losses suffered as a result of the birth of their daughter.
They claim Angela was born as a result of a failed vasectomy at the then Newcastle General Hospital. Mr and Mrs Adam, of Elgin, Moray Coordinates: Elgin (Scottish Gaelic: Eilginn) is a former cathedral city and a former Royal Burgh in Moray, Scotland and is the administrative and commercial centre for Moray. , have accused the health authority of negligence and breach of duty in respect of the conduct and advice given to them at the time of the operation.
The writ served in the Queen's Bench Queen's Bench n. 1) the highest court in Great Britain during the reign of a Queen, so that opinions are identified as a volume of Queen's Bench (QB). 2) in the United States, organizations of women lawyers, dating from when women were a small minority of practicing division of the High Court in England seeks damages "exceeding pounds 50,000".
Mr Adam's London lawyer, Richard Vallance, said the writ had been served on the eve On the Eve (Накануне in Russian) is the third novel by famous Russian writer Ivan Turgenev, best known for his short stories and the novel Fathers and Sons. of Angela's birthday last week, before it became time- barred after three years.
A spokesman for Newcastle and North Tyneside Health Authority described the writ as "a bolt from the blue". He added: "It is now in the hands of our solicitors.