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Medical Negligence Solicitors

If you or a member of your family has received substandard medical treatment and suffered severe repercussions as a result, our team of medical negligence solicitors have over 30 years of experience and can assist you in filing a claim for compensation.

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    What should I do if I suffer medical negligence in Ireland?

    If you believe that you have received substandard medical treatment, or have been misdiagnosed or received a delayed diagnosis, you should contact a medical negligence solicitor. Your medical negligence solicitor will review your medical records and also instruct an independent medical expert to advise whether, in their professional opinion, the treatment received by you was substandard.

    • 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?
    • Have you been misdiagnosed or had a delayed diagnosis of cancer or another serious illness affecting your health?

    Any injury suffered during a medical procedure, whether it is physical or psychological, may have long-term effects on the victim and their families. Our medical negligence solicitors have assisted many clients in recovering maximum damages, and we believe in putting the needs of our clients first.

    Our medical negligence team

    Our team of medical negligence solicitors has over 30 years of collective experience in providing legal representation to clients who have suffered harm due to medical misdiagnosis or negligence.

    Our medical negligence solicitors

    We are honored to hold accreditations as medical negligence specialists from both the Law Society of Ireland and Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA), a non-profit organization dedicated to advocating for patient safety and justice. This accreditation is a testament to our commitment to providing legal representation of the highest caliber to those who have suffered due to medical negligence.

    On their website, they provide helpful advice on choosing a specialised solicitor for your medical negligence claim, which may assist you in making your decision – Learn More

    Claim types

    Our medical negligence solicitors at Coleman Legal continuously educate themselves on all aspects of medical negligence.

    Birth Injuries

    Cosmetic surgery errors

    Primary care negligence

    Surgical errors

    Cancer misdiagnosis

    Other medical negligence

    The claim process

    1. Seek legal assistance

    The first step in making a medical negligence claim is to seek the assistance of a medical negligence solicitor who specialises in this area of law. Choosing a qualified and experienced medical negligence solicitor is essential, as they will provide guidance and support throughout the process.

    2. Consult with a medical expert

    The medical expert will examine your medical records and provide a medical expert report advising if you have received substandard medical treatment in their professional opinion.

    3. Prepare a medical report

    Based on the medical expert’s opinion, your solicitor will prepare a medical report that details the extent of your injuries and the impact they have had on your life. This report will be used as evidence in your case.

    4. Issue legal proceedings

    If the report supports your claim, your solicitor will issue legal proceedings and begin litigation. This involves filing court documents and serving them on the defendant.

    Note: It’s important to note that the Personal Injuries Assessment Board does not handle medical negligence claims, and therefore, the only way to reach a resolution is through negotiation with the defendant’s legal representatives or through litigation.

    Time limits

    The legal time limit to make a medical negligence claim is two years from the date of injury or date of knowledge that the injury or illness resulted from medical negligence. For children/minors, the time limit expires two years after their 18th birthday. You may contact a solicitor to discuss your case and advise you of the statute of limitations applicable to your case.

    Our team

    Women's Team at Coleman Legal LLP

    The Medical Negligence Team at Coleman Legal LLP has over 30 years of experience handling complex medical negligence cases. We will advise you whether you can bring a claim regarding the treatment you received and support you throughout the entire process.

    Coleman Legal LLP

    84 Talbot Street, Dublin 1
    D01 YX60
    DX 112002

    Contact Details

    Free Phone: 1800-844-104
    Fax: (01) 5312727
    Email: [email protected]
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    Head of Client Services

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    ”At Coleman Legal, excellence in customer care is paramount. We aim to meet both prospective and existing client’s needs in a professional, engaging, and friendly manner with a clear objective to give quality legal advice and reach a positive outcome.”

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