Personal Injury / Medical Negligence
A personal injury can happen at work, in a traffic accident, because of a faulty product or a faulty repair, because of mistakes during medical treatment, or because you slipped and fell on a wet floor or fell in a pothole with your car. The personal injury can be physical or psychological but, to be considered actionable, it must occur due to the negligence or unreasonably unsafe actions of your employer, a public authority, a manufacturer, your doctor, or any other person or organization who owes you a duty of care. Examples of personal injury law causes of action include slip and trip accidents, road traffic accidents and medical negligence. Danos & Associates manages a wide range of claims with any Personal Injury related cause of action and our lawyers act for both Claimants and Defendants.
Road Traffic Accidents
Our law firm has decades of experience managing claims for people who have suffered minor or serious injuries in collisions involving cars, motorbikes and other vehicles. We have secured fair compensation for car drivers and pedestrians who have been in accidents caused by the negligence of reckless drivers.
Our aim is to secure the best possible compensation for our clients in the most time efficient way. The vast majority of claims we have handled, have been settled out of Court without the need for long Court proceedings. Most drivers will be insured and the insurance companies generally prefer settling out of Court. In most cases we successfully obtain a compensation for our clients within just weeks of taking over the claim.
We provide full services in relation to injury and loss suffered as a result of medical negligence, whether in the course of public or private treatment. We have handled and are handling cases for local and foreign clients relating to complex clinical malpractice cases. Medical negligence cases can be very diverse and complex and our skilled lawyers provide clients with the technical skills and expertise needed.
Areas of medical negligence include:
- Delay in diagnosis
- Surgical accidents
- Claims against medical professionals including opticians, dentists, physiotherapists and chiropractors.
- Dental negligence
- Birth injury claims