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Flinders Medical Centre Negligence Compensation Claim Solicitors

SOLICITORS HELPLINE 1800 224 077



Negligent Surgery Solicitors

Although the treatment received by patients at Flinders Medical Centre is normally of the highest quality there are times when things can go wrong. If you are a former patient of Flinders Medical Centre and you suffered personal injury our solicitors can help you claim damages in a medical negligence compensation claim. We offer free advice without obligation and deal with medical negligence compensation claims using the no win no fee scheme. To speak with a specialist solicitor just call the helpline or email our offices or complete the contact form. A solicitor will talk to you in detail and advise how to protect your legal right to claim compensation. We will advise you on the viability of your claim and inform you of our views on liability. We will attempt to assess the value of any damages award you are likely to receive. If at any time during this initial conversation you decide not proceed there is absolutely no obligation to do so and all advice is free of charge. If you would like to talk to a same sex lawyer please advise as soon as possible.

Negligence Law

Whether or not a healthcare provider at the Flinders Medical Centre has been negligent is a matter for a court of law. Negligence is determined by comparing the treatment offered by the Flinders Medical Centre with treatment carried out by a reasonably competent hospital. It is worth noting that the mere fact that treatment fails does not indicate medical negligence even though alternative treatment may have succeeded provided that the failed treatment was logical and is supported by a substantial body of medical opinion.

Limitation and Time Limits

There are time limits for all personal injury compensation claims and medical negligence is no exception. A Flinders Medical Centre compensation claim must either be settled or a summons must be issued by a court of law prior to the expiration of the limitation period or the opportunity to claim compensation may be lost. There are some exceptions to this general rule including minors and the mentally disabled. Time limits are usually strict and you should seek qualified legal advice as soon as possible after the event that caused the injury. Leaving a compensation claim to the last minute is not sensible as the preparatory stages take time and most lawyers will refuse to deal with a case that is tight up to the expiration of the limitation period.


SOLICITORS HELPLINE 1800 224 077