Specialist Medical Negligence Claims
Although our firm deals with all types of Medical Injury, we have particular experience in the following Medical Negligence Claims:
- Women and child’s health claims (gynaecology and obstetrics)
- Birth Injury Claims
- Claims resulting from cancer misdiagnosis/treatment
- Plastic/cosmetic surgery gone wrong
- Claims for delayed diagnosis or misdiagnosis
- Orthopaedics, trauma and amputation cases
- Spinal injury compensation claims
- Head /brain injury claims
- MRSA/C-Difficile/hospital infection/superbug claims
- Surgical mistakes
- Ophthalmic and Laser Eye Surgery
- Keyhole surgery claims
- GP errors
- Dental negligence claims
- Cerebral palsy cases
- Erbs palsy claims
- Nursing and care home claims
- Medical negligence compensation claims for military personnel ( including Army and Navy claims
We will obtain a copy of ALL your medical notes and records, assist you in drafting a detailed statement of the history of the medical accident and arrange an appointment for you to see a specialist medical negligence barrister to discuss your case generally.
Only after this meeting, will you then be in a position to make a clear decision as to whether or not to proceed with your case.
I received a fantastic service from Gary. The advise and consultation I got was truthful knowledgeable and clear. My friend strongly recommended you and I went along with his advise. I have and will continue to recommend you to others.
I hired Gary in 2009 for a personal injury case – not a bad service was received and I was very happy with the result and explained everything in plain English. Everything done by email and telephone as well – fast and efficient.
Who can claim and why?
You can file the medical negligence claim for injuries and losses due to misdiagnosis, late diagnosis, inadequate treatment, careless treatment, incorrect treatment and serious surgical errors.
Depending on your personal injury case, you can file a claim for pain and suffering, loss of amenity, medical expenses, loss of earnings and the cost of care, housing and social needs, for now and into the future. In a case of medical negligence, if it is suspected that the professional duty of care was not fulfilled, the patient has the legal right to file a medical negligence claim against the offending party.
How we can help?
It is obvious that getting professional legal advice regarding potential medical negligence claim should be the first step toward protecting the legal rights of a patient. Such claim will require retaining a personal injury lawyer since only a trained solicitor will be knowledgeable in the various areas of law that will arise over the course of medical negligence claims.
If you believe you have a personal injury case due to medical negligence (you have been harmed while undergoing surgery or receiving medical care) you may be entitled to make a claim. Call Gary Matthews Solicitors to discuss how we can help you with your medical negligence claim.
If you need help or advice on what to do, there are several ways of getting in touch with us. You can call us on 01 903 6250 to discuss your query, or if you prefer to contact us online you can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or complete our Start Your Claim form.