Preparing Dinner Leads to Medical Negligence Claim

Our client lived in country NSW.  One evening she was preparing the evening meal.  Unfortunately while cutting some vegetables, the knife slipped and she suffered a deep cut to her thumb.  She headed to Accident & Emergency at her local hospital. Proceeding through Triage she was eventually treated by a Registrar at the hospital.  Having…

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Medical Negligence Claim From Brain Scan Misdiagnosis

David Hartstein, Accredited Specialist in Personal Injury at Taylor & Scott reports. Our client had a CT scan of the brain 2003.  The radiologist failed to detect a brain tumour and reported that the scan was normal. Subsequently, our client developed severe headaches and underwent further scanning in 2009 which demonstrated the presence of tumours…

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Missed Diagnosis By Doctor Exposes Young Client To Near Death Experience

Our medical negligence team led by David Hartstein and Gervase Liddy recently concluded a claim brought on behalf of a young lady whose doctor failed to diagnose a severe kidney condition. Our client had been sick for weeks. Kept home from school by her parents, a doctor was called on several occasions to examine her….

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