Personal Injury - Accidents and Clinical Negligence

Personal Injury - Accidents and Clinical Negligence

Our reputation is second to none for obtaining high awards of compensation for clients in personal injury and clinical negligence cases.

The approach we take is to assess your prospects of success and to advise you of the cost implications at an early stage.

We understand the impact of a personal injury and our solicitors will support you at all stages of your claim.

Our initial 30-mintue consultation with you is FREE.

We are devoted to making the whole process of making personal injury compensation as stress free as possible.

We know that each claim is different and we take time to get to know you, to understand the effects of the injuries suffered and to support you every step of the way.

We provide advice in relation to injury or loss suffered as a result of any type of treatment by clinicians or other health care professional, whether in the care of the NHS or in private treatment. +442830266611

If you would like to talk to us about any Personal Injury or Clinical Negligence related issues please do not hesitate to fill in our contact form or you can Call us on  +44(0)28 3026 6611.

Traffic and Personal Injury Claims
Northern Ireland

Traffic accidents are by far the most common cause of personal injury, and more than any other type of accident each case is unique. Accidents can involve a wide range of individuals including other car drivers, motorcyclists, passengers and even pedestrians as well as factors such as alcohol, drugs and/or reckless driving.

Most traffic accidents will not require anything more than the exchange of insurance information, but if you have been involved in a collision which resulted in personal injury it can have a significant impact on your day to day life and you may wish to claim for reasonable compensation. This is where McShanes can help.

McShanes will assess the circumstances of your case and our expert team will determine if you have grounds for seeking compensation. This initial review is completely free and will help ensure you claim is processed quickly with as little hassle as possible.

How to take advantage of our FREE case review

Simply fill out our online form with all the details of your case and we will review it and get back to you.

  • How and where the accident took place
  • When it happened
  • If you have seen a doctor for your injuries
  • If liability was admitted
  • The other drivers details and basic information of their insurance
  • Whether the police attended the scene
  • Were you admitted to hospital
Personal Injury Claims
Northern Ireland

Employees are entitled to a safe workplace, and it is the employer’s responsibility to ensure the appropriate health and safety measures are in place. While workplace accidents are among the most common form of accidents, victims still find it can be a very difficult time in their life.

Time lost at work due to injuries, healthcare costs, or even for coming to grips with a new disability can all put you in a very challenging situation, both financially and emotionally. Regardless of the nature of the injury compensation for accidents at work may make all the difference to your quality of life.

What to do if you have been involved in a workplace accident.

McShanes aim to take as much of the confusion out of making a personal injury claim as possible by reviewing your information, for free, to see if you have a potential case. Just fill out our online form and our experienced solicitors will get back to you with expert advice.

However there a number of actions you can take to ensure that your claim is handled properly,

  • Visit a doctor and get a note of your injuries on your medical record
  • Make a written account of the incident as soon as possible in as much detail as you can manage. Take pictures if you can and ask any witnesses to make written accounts as well.
  • Check your company's sickness scheme and accident history to see if there have been any similar incidents in the past.
About Clinical
Negligence Claims

Doctors, nurses and healthcare workers generally offer outstanding care for most patients, but if you, or your dependants, are unlucky enough to suffer an injury as a result of clinical negligence then you may be entitled to financial compensation.

How are Clinical Negligence Claims Different?

Doctors, dentists, nurses, midwives, physiotherapists, psychologists and psychiatrists are all bound by a duty of care, but clinical negligence cases are more complex than standard claims so you should fill out our free claim assessment form and let our trained experts work through the details of your specific case and decide if you have potential case for a claim.

Personal Injury Claims
Northern Ireland

Falls and slips are some of the most common types of accidents, with people frequently being injured in shops, roads, restaurants and many more public places, be they indoors or outdoors. If you have suffered an injury from a fall or slip in a public place as a result of a defect or some other hazard then you may be entitled to fair compensation.

This is because the owners of land in a public place have a duty of care to take reasonable care for the safety of visitors, meaning if you are injured by a slip, trip or fall on their premises due to negligence on their part you may be entitled to compensation.

What to do if you have been injured as a result of negligence.

Making a personal injury claim can be difficult so McShanes aim to take as much frustration and confusion out of the claims process as possible by getting your information to experienced solicitors who can help you make the next step to a successful claim, for free.

Fill out your free claim assessment form.

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