Maurice Blackburn’s experienced medical negligence lawyers assist and represent families at the Coroners Court. We can help with the coronial process by liaising with the Coroners Court on your behalf, preparing the case for Inquest and arranging for a barrister to represent you at the Inquest.
If you need assistance or representation at a Coroner’s Inquest contact Maurice Blackburn today to discuss how we can help. We have lawyers in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and throughout Australia.
Do you need legal assistance with a medical matter?
At Maurice Blackburn, we are committed to getting a fair outcome for our clients, so that you can get on with your life without disadvantage. Our expert personal injury lawyers provide a free first consultation and will fight to ensure you receive the best possible outcome, because we recognise that the medical compensation you receive is vital to ensuring quality of life for you and your family.
Have you suffered medical malpractice?
If you have been injured by inadequate medical advice or treatment from a health care professional or facility, then talk to us about making a compensation claim. Taking legal action may seem stressful and expensive, however our medical malpractice attorneys can work for you on a No Win No Fee basis. We are dedicated to helping you get your life back on track, and to providing more than just legal services. No matter what you are up against, we will fight to protect you.
All you need to know about Medical Negligence
If your health care professional, hospital or other facility breaches what’s known as their duty of care, you may be able to make a claim for compensation.
Types of Medical negligence
- Surgery, medicine, misdiagnosis & informed consent
- Surgery compensation
- Medication error compensation
- Misdiagnosis compensation
- Informed consent
- Obstetrics, paediatrics & gynaecology
- Wrongful birth
- Pregnancy and childbirth complications
- Obstetric, paediatric and gynaecology compensation
- Misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis of cancer
- Wrongful diagnosis of cancer
- Failure to diagnose cancer
- Misdiagnosis of cancer
- Late diagnosis of cancer