Gary Matthews

Gary Matthews personal injury solicitor help clients throughout Ireland with accident and personal injury claims.

Gary Matthews is a law graduate of Westminster University London and obtained a Diploma in Professional Legal Studies at The Institute of Professional Legal Studies Queens University Belfast and qualified as a solicitor in 1991.

I have held a practicing certificate in Ireland since 1998 and I concentrate on Civil and Commercial litigation matters, in particular personal injury claims. I have been involved in many of the leading litigation cases in Ireland over the past twenty five years.

He has been providing legal services since 1995 helping clients with the most complex personal injury and medical malpractice cases.

Gary Matthews has many years of experience dealing with all types of personal injury claims including road traffic accidents, medical negligence, workplace injuries, dog bites, falls, slip-and-fall incidents and more.

Gary also specialises in clinical negligence claims and has a wide range of experience from birth-related injuries and brain injury claims. He also has handled other cases involving misdiagnosis claims and surgical claims or life-limiting injuries to orthopaedic negligence claims.

Some other areas are GP negligence claims and HSE and private hospital claims.

His clients come first and we ensure that they always receive a prompt response. This allows them to focus on their recovery without worrying about how to pay for their legal fees or arranging alternative accommodation.

In many of his injury claims and medical negligence cases in Ireland, he has represented clients all over the country.

He has a strong record of securing substantial compensation for clients always looking to secure the best outcome for all his clients.

He is available to help anyone and is just a call away at his law firm in Ireland.

What Is the Most Difficult Element of Negligence To Prove

The most common legal theory in personal injury claim cases is proving negligence. The negligence principle holds that if a person fails to act according to accepted standards of conduct to minimize the foreseeable risk of harm to others, they are guilty of negligence. As a result, the individual may be required to reimburse victims …

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Does a Medical Error Always Mean Negligence?

Medical practitioners have a legal and professional obligation to protect their patients from harm. This entails adhering to each patient’s medical condition’s standard of care. When a medical practitioner, such as a doctor, surgeon, anesthesiologist, psychiatrist, or any other medical professional, makes a mistake while treating a patient, the victim may file a medical malpractice …

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How are Damages Calculated for Medical Negligence?

Patients can suffer preventable injuries as a result of medical care gone wrong, despite the best efforts by doctors and other health professionals. Medical negligence claims can be made in certain circumstances to recover compensation for injuries you – or someone close to you – have suffered; however, claiming compensation for medical negligence in Ireland …

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What Is The Difference Between Medical Malpractice and Medical Negligence

In many cases, you will find that the terms malpractice and medical negligence are used interchangeably. However, there is a difference that is often overlooked. Medical negligence occurs when a medical professional makes a mistake in the treatment procedure that directly causes harm to the patient. For instance, a doctor may prescribe pain medication that …

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How Hard is it to Prove Medical Negligence?

Medical malpractice is one of the most difficult areas of personal injury law to comprehend. Attorneys handling these cases must not only navigate the highly technical elements of contemporary medicine, but they must also scrutinize the judgment and conduct of those charged with making decisive life-or-death choices. It is always advisable to get in touch …

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What are the 4 D’s of Medical negligence?

In Ireland, in order to make medical negligence claims, patients have to prove that a healthcare provider indeed committed medical negligence. A medical professional is considered to have committed medical negligence when their actions in the process of treating a patient lead to injury on the patient’s side. Medical negligence can be in terms of …

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Should I Accept the First Offer of Compensation for a Negligence Claim?

In the United Kingdom, if a claim has acceptable grounds, most medical negligence lawsuits are settled by negotiation. Having said that, medical negligence claims, particularly compared to any other injury claims process, have a lot more room for dispute, debate, and outright denial. When the NHS and its attorneys make an offer, the claimant is …

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How Do you Prove Negligence in Healthcare?

Sometimes medical professionals may cause more damage than good when trying to take care of a patient. The patient may also suffer an injury as a result of the medical professional’s actions. When the said action is out of line with the fundamental standards expected of the practitioner, it is referred to as medical negligence. …

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