Gynaecological claims in Ireland often arise out of surgical complications or unnecessary gynaecological surgery due to misdiagnosis by radiologists.
Gynaecological claims arising out of procedures include:
– Perforation of the uterus during the insertion of a contraceptive coil;
– Failed sterilisation;
– Injury to bladder, bowel or uterus during hysterectomy
– Unnecessary hysterectomy
– Defective consent to medical procedures
– Infection resulting in loss of childbearing potential;
– Nerve damage.
To prove medical negligence for your gynaecological injury, a medical expert report must be obtained from a suitable medical expert specialising in the field of gynaecology. If that expert opines that an error was made by the treating health care professional which should not have reasonable occurred and that this is the cause for your injury, then a case of medical negligence may be commenced. Often, patients don’t know what to do when this situation occurs to them.
We at Berwick Solicitors, Galway have over 30 years’ experience in the area of medical negligence claims in Ireland and have dedicated Solicitors that specialise in medical malpractice (medical negligence claims). If you think you have a claim arising from birth, and want legal advice, please feel free to contact Martin Kerrigan or Matthew Molloy of Berwick Solicitors, Galway for a consultation. We can offer you the support you need and explain to you the process of medical negligence claims in Ireland.
Please note that we meet with clients for medical negligence claims throughout Ireland in particular in Dublin, Galway, Mayo, Meath, Kildare, Louth, Wicklow, Cork and Limerick.