This is how medical negligence solicitors work

medical lawsuitThe basic principle of conducting lawsuits related to medical negligence lies in an approach to doctors activity investigation, which reduces the demand to just ‘know what you’re doing’. Lack of professional management of a claim for medical negligence can lead to undesirable results – a complete rejection, or only partial coverage of the damage. Lack of understanding of the description and documentation of the medical case, a wrong choice of a specialist doctor for medical examination, lack of proper instructions from the doctor, and even a recommendation from a lawyer to file a lawsuit that has no chance of being satisfied – all these factors can nullify your efforts. So let us share the insights we get from medical negligence solicitors experts we are getting in touch with on a regular basis. Continue reading “This is how medical negligence solicitors work”

When ‘res ipsa loquitur’ works: real cases overview

medical malpactice casesRes ipsa loquitur doctrine is hard to base the arguments on in the court, and according to the polls among medical negligence solicitors, only 19% consider that using the doctrine is a reasonable in medical negligence practice. Nevertheless, there are cases when the plaintiff inflicted such damage that shows undeniable malpractice. In the case against the Voice of Cambridge Area Health Authority a patient suffered a brain injury due to the fact that he had a heart attack when he was under general anesthesia. The Court concluded that this was not supposed to happen under the described circumstances, and that therefore the accused had to provide an explanation of what happened that would prove the absence of criminal negligence in his actions. Continue reading “When ‘res ipsa loquitur’ works: real cases overview”

Medical diagnostics and the legal concept of the process

diagnosis-processThe term ‘diagnostic process’, according to many of doctors, impoverishes the entire range of problems faced by the patient at the very beginning of the conversation with the doctor. Seasoned experts say that making a diagnosis is a creative process, as a rule, does not fit into the standard scheme. As there are no two identical doctors, and no two patients with identical conditions and problems, the spectrum of diagnostic methods aimed at figuring out the clinical picture in patients suffering from certain nosological forms of the disease is very wide in experienced, qualified and truly professional doctors (in young doctors, this spectrum is more narrow, but it could be more schematic). Continue reading “Medical diagnostics and the legal concept of the process”