Have you experienced medical negligence in Ireland? 

Have you had a surgical procedure that did not turn out as it should?  Have you been left in pain or do you continue to suffer from physical discomfort or physical scarring?  Our team of medical negligence solicitors at Coleman Legal Partners Medical Negligence Solicitors Dublin may be able to help you.  Any injury suffered during a medical procedure whether it is physical or psychological may have long term effects on the victim and their families.

Pursuing a medical negligence claim in Ireland can be daunting, especially if you are still recovering. Our experienced team of medical negligence solicitors are on hand to give advice, and advise you of all legal remedies available to you at this stressful time. Our team of medical negligence solicitors can guide you through the legal process gently and thoroughly.

Our aim is to help you through the trauma of your experience with empathy and understanding, and to ease as much of the stress associated with medical negligence as possible.

Contact our Medical Negligence Solicitors today

Our medical negligence solicitors constantly educate themselves on all aspects of medical negligence, and no matter how unusual or rare your case is, we can give you sound advice and support to help you achieve the best possible outcome.

We are currently representing clients in relation to:-

The above list is not exhaustive and we can discuss any form of medical negligence with you on a confidential and sympathetic basis.

To discuss your case in confidence, please telephone 01-5313800 or email Kathrin Coleman or Marguerite Baily for further information.


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