Obtaining expert medical evidence in medical negligence cases is complex as every critical issue, no matter how small, needs to be addressed in order for you to obtain the best possible outcome.
If a medical negligence claim is not properly or poorly prepared, the insurer for the medical professional or healthcare provider is unlikely to settle your claim for what it is worth and what you deserve. Sometimes, the insurer may not be willing to pay you any compensation at all. Thus, thorough preparation of your claim is critical. The amount of compensation you receive is dependant on the strength and weaknesses of your factual evidence and how well your case has been prepared and presented to the insurer for the medical professional or healthcare provider alleged to be at fault of your injury.
*Disclaimer: This is intended as general information only and not to be construed as legal advice. The above information is subject to changes over time. You should always seek professional advice before taking any course of action.*
Case Study-How We Helped Robert and His Family out from Medical Negligence
Robert was 45 years old when her presented to a hospital emergency department with severe neck pain and fever.
Cycling Accidents and Claims
Cycling offers many benefits to our physical and mental health and is a growing sport in our community. Many people cycle on the road either riding alone or in a bunch. Sydney has increased cycleways to encourage cycling.
Pedestrians involved in a Motor Vehicle Accident can make a personal injury claim
As we go about our daily lives, we don’t usually think that crossing the road is an inherently dangerous activity.
Public Liability Case Study——How We Helped Mr. Murray
Public liability compensation claims arise out of injuries sustained on commercial or residential premises, such as supermarkets, shopping centres, common property of strata complexes