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Free Legal Advice from Irish Medical Negligence Lawyers

If you have been a victim of medical negligence in Ireland, it is imperative that you seek the advice of specialist medical negligence lawyers with experience in pursuing compensation claims in Ireland.

In contrast to most personal injury compensation claims which are dealt with by the Injuries Board Ireland, all medical negligence claims are dealt with by the Irish courts and the services of medical negligence lawyers is always required.

How Our Medical Negligence Lawyers Can Help You

Our medical negligence lawyers will provide you with a free assessment of whether you are eligible to make a claim for compensation in Ireland and will determine the strength of your case. Although you may be eligible to make a claim, it may not actually be worth your while to do so. If your claim is unlikely to be successful, or it is not worth your while making a claim, we will tell you.

Our medical negligence lawyers will be able to accurately calculate your maximum entitlement to medical negligence compensation, and will perform a thorough assessment of your case. Our medical negligence lawyers will calculate the value of your medical negligence claim, and will factor in how your injuries have affected you and how they have changed your quality of life. All expenses incurred as a result of your injuries will also be factored into your claim; in addition to any future medical costs that are likely to be incurred as a result of your injuries.

Our Medical Negligence Lawyers Will Try to Negotiate a Settlement

Although litigation through the Irish courts may be to a claimant’s advantage, in the majority of cases our medical negligence lawyers will be able to negotiate a fair and appropriate compensation settlement with the insurance company of the respondent. Insurance companies are frequently keen to settle a claim for medical negligence compensation, as this will reduce the legal costs for which they will be liable. Our medical negligence lawyers will always push for the maximum possible medical negligence compensation settlement.

Our Medical Negligence Lawyers Will Help to Substantiate your Claim

Claims for medical negligence are decided on professional opinion, and medical experts will be required to give their testimony to help substantiate a claim. It will need to be proven ‘on the balance of probabilities’ that a medical professional has acted in a manner which has breached a duty of care to a victim, that a competent doctor would not have made the same mistake and an injury could have been avoided. Our medical negligence lawyers are aware of the best medical experts to consult and will help you to build the strongest possible claim for compensation.

Free Consultation with Irish Medical Negligence Lawyers

We believe that victims of medical negligence should not have to pay to receive legal advice about making a claim for compensation. It is for this reason that we set up a free medical negligence compensation claims helpline. The aim of our helpline is to allow medical negligence victims to find out more about the claims process in Ireland totally free of charge.

When you call our free medical negligence claims helpline, your call will be answered by one of our experienced medical negligence lawyers, who will assess your eligibility to claim compensation in Ireland. Our medical negligence lawyers speak in plain English, and will not put you under pressure to make a claim. You will also not be obliged to use our medical negligence lawyers should you wish to proceed with a claim for compensation for your injuries.

Call us now on Freephone 1800 989 995, or request a call back when you have time to speak about your case by completing the call back request form below. One of our medical negligence lawyers will then call you at the requested time.

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