Medical negligence or medical malpractice occurs where a patient of a doctor, hospital or other healthcare or medical professional receives substandard medical care or healthcare, which leads to a new injury or progression and worsening of a pre-existing medical condition.
If you or anyone you know has suffered a physical or psychiatric injury, death or a complication as a result of negligent medical treatment at the hands of a general practitioner, specialist doctor, hospital or other healthcare provider, our experienced team of medical negligence lawyers will help you secure the compensation you deserve. We’ll be here for you every step of the way guiding you through the process in your medical negligence claim. We have the expert knowledge, expertise and a proven track record needed to obtain outstanding results in all types of medical negligence and medical malpractice compensation claims involving:
Nervous Shock Claims or Mental Harm Claims
We understand the devastating effects of having suffered an injury or a worsened medical condition, or experienced the loss of a loved one, as a result of negligent medical treatment. We’ll act for you on a no win, no fee basis with no upfront costs.
Get in touch to find out why so many Australians choose Longton Compensation Lawyers over anyone else for their medical negligence compensation claims.
*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 beforetaking any course of action.*
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