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Medical Negligence Lawyers Sydney

Are you suffering as a consequence of the negligent actions of a doctor, surgeon, specialist or hospital? 

Have you lost income, quality of life, medical expenses and endured pain and suffering because of negligent treatment? 

If so, contact us now. 

Our Sydney medical negligence lawyers can help you get your life back on track.

Call our Sydney medical negligence lawyers today for an obligation-free case assessment.

How to Make a Compensation Claim for Medical Negligence

Doctors, hospitals and other health professionals generally do their very best in providing advice and treatment to sick and injured people in their care.

But sometimes errors are made and things go wrong. 

Do you think something has gone wrong with your medical or allied health treatment?

Contact us to discuss making a claim for medical negligence. 

Yes, we offer No Win No Fee for medical negligence claims.

Get in touch to learn more.

Common Types of Medical Negligence Claims

  • Accident and emergency  treatment
  • Anaesthesia errors
  • Delayed diagnosis
  • Delaying treatment to patients with emergency care needs
  • Discharging patients from mental health facilities when they presented a danger to themselves or the community
  • Discharging patients from the hospital too early and without adequate review
  • Failing to properly intubate patients with clear breathing difficulties
  • Failure to recognise and treat emergency medical problems such as appendicitis
  • GP errors
  • Gynecological procedures
  • Head injuries from falls in hospitals
  • Infection
  • Injury as a result of chiropractic or physiotherapy 
  • Medication errors
  • Misdiagnosis
  • Plastic and cosmetic surgery 
  • Pregnancy and childbirth complications
  • Surgical error
  • Failure to warn of all risks
  • Failure to order CT scan or other radiology

Medical Negligence Definition

Medical negligence describes an act or omission by a medical facility or practitioner that causes injury or harm to a person under their care.

The act or omission must be proven to fall below the accepted standard of practice in the medical community.

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