Medical Negligence Solicitors

Walsh and Partners Solicitors in Cork are aware that medical negligence cases can place a huge burden on the victim and their families. We want to assure you that we will provide you with expert advice, a professional and confidential service and a team that are dedicated to your case at every turn.


Medical Negligence Solicitors, Cork & Dublin

Making a claim for medical negligence can be a complex and demanding process, so it is vital that we convey these complexities clearly to each and every client at first contact. We want to understand your concerns, empathise with your circumstances and do the very best we can so that you can return to a life with renewed hope when your case has reached its conclusion. Our aim is to take the burden from you and work efficiently and diligently to process your compensation claim.


Medical Accident Claim Solicitors, Cork

In the area of medical negligence, we have experience in some of the following areas:

Misdiagnosis: Many illnesses, if detected and treated early can yield great results for the patient and in the majority of cases will lead the patient on the road to a healthy, full life and a full recovery. Unfortunately, in instances where a patient has received a misdiagnosis, this can have a very serious impact on the health and indeed lifespan of the individual.

Late Diagnosis: Where there were avoidable delays in the diagnosis of an illness or condition.

Birth Accident Claims: Liability for birth injury. In cases where the mother or child has sustained injury due to medical negligence, they may be entitled to make a claim for compensation. Some birth injuries can be severe and result in life-long conditions, in these cases the resulting compensation can make a very real difference to an individual’s quality of life.

Cosmetic Surgery Claims: When you undergo cosmetic surgery, it is important to note that the surgery will come with risks. As with all surgery, some scarring is to be expected, and wound infection can occur afterwards. Both of these can occur without any medical malpractice or negligence taking place. However, if malpractice or negligence has occurred, then you may have the right to claim for compensation.

Other areas include but are not limited to:

•  Inadequate follow-up care
•  Procedural errors
•  Inaction following tests and investigations
•  Inquests
•  Fatal injury claims
•  GP Claims
•  Psychiatric injuries
•  Cerebral Palsy
•  Pregnancy mismanagement
•  Defective medical parts claims
•  Spinal injury claims

Medical Negligence Lawyers Ireland

There are of course many instances that are not listed in the examples above, so please do feel free to get in touch with the Walsh and Partners team to discuss your very unique experience. We will speak with you in confidence about your case and advise you on the complexities that may lie ahead. Our in-depth knowledge of medical negligence cases, means you are working with experts that truly understand the very real complications and life-altering impact medical negligence can have on an individual and their family.

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