At the recent ‘Pathways to Progress’ conference for lawyers, medical professionals and patients in Ireland, experts in this field discussed the statistics on deaths caused by medical error in Ireland, and calling the small number of such cases taken “the tip of a very murky iceberg.”. They identified the most common types of cases as those which relate to surgery (36%), medicine (24%), maternity (23%) and gynaecology (7.5%). Continue reading 1,000 Deaths Due To Medical Negligence In Ireland Every Year
Many people do not realise that birth injuries are a relatively common occurrence, and that redress can be sought in cases where these injuries have serious consequences. Birth injuries to the mother are treated separately to birth injuries to the baby, and they may include physical injuries or mental health complications.