Medical Negligence Solicitor

Have you been injured due to medical malpractice? Please contact our medical negligence solicitors today.

Medical negligence is a complex area of law that can have cases stretch on for months or even years. Mary Mullarkey Solicitors are experienced medical negligence solicitors who have helped individuals injured due to medical malpractice receive the legal redress they deserve.
Unfortunately, a case of medical negligence can have a highly detrimental effect on both a person’s life and the life of their family. When determining how best to proceed with a medical negligence case, our solicitors take into account both the long-term suffering and financial implications of the medical malpractice injuries.

To schedule a consultation, get in contact with Mary Mullarkey Solicitors today.

What is Medical Negligence?

Broadly speaking, medical negligence can be defined as substandard care delivered by a medical practitioner. Medical negligence can include misdiagnosis, incorrect treatment or mistakes occurring during surgery.

Medical negligence or clinical negligence can also be defined as medical care that falls below the expected standard of care or the failure of a medical practitioner to notice or act on a medical need or illness.

Medical Negligence is applicable to:

  • Physiotherapists

  • Doctors

  • Medical Consultants

  • Nurses

  • Opticians

  • Psychologists

  • Dentists

  • Plastic Surgeons

  • Surgeons

  • Lab Technicians

If you think you have been the victim of medical negligence please get in contact with our Cork Solicitors' office as soon as possible.

Medical Negligence Solicitor FAQ

  • How much can I claim for medical negligence?

    The amount that a person can claim for medical negligence varies depending on factors like:

    - The actual extent of the illness/injury
    - The medical expense incurred
    - The expected future care needs

  • Do all medical negligence cases end up in court?

    Most medical negligence cases don’t end up going to court. Most clinical negligence cases are settled long before anyone sees the inside of a courtroom.