Tiernan & Co. Solicitors have a wealth of experience in medical negligence claims.
We work with a team of Medical Consultants in an effort to secure the best possible award for you while making the process as simple and transparent as possible. Our service is 100% client focused and we ensure effective communications by using plain language and updating you at each stage of your case. For more details please check our medical negligence solicitors site. We have also taken steps to ensure that all claims can be transacted by telephone, email or post in order to reduce the inconvenience caused in the process of pursuing your claim.
The medical and legal issues in medical negligence cases are complex and lawsuits are always vigorously defended by very experienced and knowledgeable defense counsel. This is why you need to speak with Tiernan & Co solicitors as they are very experienced medical negligence solicitors.
We are recognized as leaders in the field of medical negligence.
We appreciate that making a medical negligence claim can be an extremely daunting and stressful experience especially since most of us assume that the process will be difficult and costly. We understand this and realize the importance of getting you back to your normal routine quickly and efficiently, and we endeavor to make the entire process as stress free as possible.
Most medical professionals in Ireland are well trained and dedicated. They provide high quality medical treatment and the best care. Yet, mistakes can happen. Those mistakes can be both painful and costly.
Irish medical professionals have a legal obligation to provide the proper care in the safest possible way. This obligation applies to doctors, nurses, dentists, midwives, psychiatrists, physiotherapists, and other healthcare professionals. If you were hurt by a medical professional, you may be entitled to financial compensation.
Common Types of Clinical Negligence
Medical negligence or malpractice is sometimes referred to as clinical negligence. The most common types of clinical negligence include:
- Undiagnosed injury or illness;
- Misdiagnosed injury or illness;
- Surgical mistakes;
- Giving the wrong medication (including the wrong dosage);
- Mistakes made during childbirth; and
- Defective drugs, implants, or medical devices.
People who are injured by medical negligence or malpractice may be entitled to compensation for the injury, pain and suffering, and expenses such as:
- Past, current, and future medical treatment;
- Rehabilitative care;
- Lost wages;
- Loss of future wages; and
- Assistant to support your dependence.
Determining whether the elements of medical malpractice or negligence exist can take time. There are lot of factors involved regarding current medical practices and the standard of care. This is why it important for you to call on 01-6622822 to speak with a personal injury solicitor with Tiernan & Co. Solicitors.