Personal Injury & Medical Negligence

Personal injury and loss cases are often highly complex, requiring clear thinking plus specialist expertise to ensure a satisfactory resolution to the matter.

With the help of an experienced Forensic Accountant, we are able to provide assistance to individuals whose financial circumstances may be complex. Such as circumstances where people are self-employed or where they have unpredictable earning, benefits or bonus packages.

We also have in-depth understanding of the legal frameworks governing loss calculations for injury and other personal claims. Acting for claimants, defendants or jointly on behalf of both, we can provide comprehensive support in matters such as:

  • Road traffic accidents

  • Medical accidents

  • Injuries at work

  • Disease cases

  • Fatal accidents and loss of dependency

  • Employment tribunals

what is medical negligence?

Medical negligence, also known as medical malpractice, is the failure of a healthcare professional to provide an acceptable standard of care. Negligence can occur when a doctor fails to diagnose, misdiagnoses, or delays in diagnosing a medical condition, fails to provide adequate treatment, or provides treatment that causes harm.

How do you prove medical negligence?

To prove medical negligence, you must be able to demonstrate that the medical provider failed to provide the standard of care that is accepted by the medical community. This includes showing that the medical provider deviated from the accepted standard of care, and that the deviation was the cause of the injury or harm that was suffered. Additionally, you must be able to demonstrate that the harm or injury suffered was of a kind that a reasonable medical provider would have foreseen. To do this, you may need to consult a medical expert to provide an opinion on whether the standard of care was met. 

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