My Surgeon was really upsetting. After several return visits it was becoming clear there was something really serious wrong with me.  The medical Report on the way the Surgeon had injured me was helpful but not satisfactory. I had to go all over the same situation again, but with your help I went to a very good Surgeon who clearly set out what set out what went wrong. My Solicitor was excellent, for without his professionalism and medical and legal knowledge, I would have lost my case.  While no money could compensate me, I was as happy as I could be with the outcome.



Medical & Clinical Negligence

We all know that medical practitioners do a marvellous job caring for our health the vast majority of the time, but there are times when the care we receive falls below what we can call an acceptable standard and leads to clinical negligence.

Being a victim of clinical negligence can be a devastating experience.

Creating unnecessary pain and suffering and destroying the trust we invest in medical practitioners and their duty of care towards us.

In Ireland when a case of clinical negligence results in an injury, or the deterioration of an existing condition, you are entitled to claim compensation. We can help take the stress out of that process so that you can obtain justice and support.

Ask yourself..

  • Did your injury or illness happen within the last 2 years?
  • Was the person at fault (or partially at fault) a registered medical practitioner of some sort?
  • Have you suffered real loss or damage because of the action of a medical practitioner?

If you think your situation satisfies these criteria then please contact us today about your medical or clinical negligence claim.

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