Our clients come to us seeking our advice and guidance when they believe they may have suffered physical and/or psychological injury as a result of the negligence or mistake of a medical professional. The sort of questions our clients frequently ask us are:
At Douglas Law Solicitors LLP, located in Douglas, Cork we understand the devastating impact on you physically, emotionally and financially that a medical accident can have. We understand the far-reaching consequences which it can have for you and your family. We understand that it can take time for the initial shock to subside and for the often unanswered questions to surface.
Medical negligence is a highly specialised area of the law, which by its nature is extremely complex so it is essential that you seek the advice of an experienced medical negligence solicitor.
Gráinne O’Donovan, Solicitor is an experienced litigator and has gained vast experience in the area of medical negligence. As a result, our clients have access to top medical experts from the outset who will be able to answer the questions you have and assist us in building a case where there has been a medical accident.
We will advise you as to your options and the potential viability of your claim. While many general practice firms will occasionally deal with medical malpractice cases, Gráinne has been consistently and continuously working in this area for over a decade.
So what does all this experience mean for you? It means that you have access to the top medical experts and the best medical negligence barristers in the country. You will have a highly experienced team willing to fight for you. You will know we are committed to your case and to achieving a successful outcome for you.
For further information, no matter where in the country you are located, please contact Gráinne O’Donovan, Solicitor on 021 4897 256 or email email@example.com or complete this form and we will contact you. We offer video consultations via Zoom or Skype.
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