WHEN TO MAKE A MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE CLAIM
There is a standard of care that you should expect to receive for yourself and your loved ones whilst seeking medical care. If this standard is not met with, it can have serious and often life-changing consequences – leading to permanent physical injury, psychological trauma, or even death. That’s why seeking compensation and recourse is often necessary to recover both physically and financially from such medical negligence.
However, it’s important that you initiate your claim as soon as possible. Generally speaking, your claim must be made within two years from the date that you become aware of your injury – whether that’s on the day on which you received negligent treatment or many years later.
In regards to Children, a claim can be at anytime before he/she becomes an adult.
So, if you feel you have been the victim of medical negligence in Ireland – even if it’s just a suspicion – you should seek legal advice now by calling our Dublin solicitors firm Robinson Solicitors, Suite 136, The Capel Building Mary’s Abbey, Dublin 7, 016600076 to arrange a consultation.
DETERMINING IF YOU NEED A SOLICITOR
If you are a victim of medical negligence, obtaining the advice of a professional and experienced solicitor is in your best interests.
At Robinson Solicitors, we recognise that a medical negligence can have significant emotional and financial consequences for you and your family. That’s why we will do everything we can to make the process run as smoothly as possible for you. Our team is willing to work long and hard to make sure that the medical practitioner or hospital responsible for your injury is held accountable for their actions.
Please feel free to call us on 01 66 000 76 to arrange a consultation or alternatively email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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