Woman who sued her mother's doctor for allowing her to be born wins millions in damages, meets with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Woman who sued her mother's doctor for allowing her to be born wins millions in damages, meets with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.


A showjumping star who sued her mother's doctor for allowing her to be born has won the right to millions in damages in a landmark High Court ruling today, Dec. 1.



Evie Toombes, 20, was born with spina bifida and sometimes spends 24 hours-a-day connected up to tubes. Despite that, she has forged a career in showjumping, competing against both disabled and able-bodied riders.







She has also gone on to meet with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.







Last month, in a "wrongful conception" damages claim, Evie, from Skegness, Lincolnshire, sued Dr Philip Mitchell over his failure to advise her mother Caroline Toombes, 50, to take vital supplements before getting pregnant.Latest Post
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