Understanding Medical Negligence in Cyprus

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Medical Negligence in Cyprus

Medical negligence, also known as clinical negligence, is a critical concern in Cyprus, impacting patient safety and well-being. This term encompasses various professional missteps by healthcare providers, including misdiagnoses, delayed diagnoses, surgical mishaps, and the failure to administer appropriate treatment in Cyprus. It broadly applies to a range of medical practitioners, including doctors, nurses, dentists, physiotherapists, and psychologists.

Under the Civil Wrongs Law (Cap.148), Cyprus law defines medical negligence as an unlawful, intentional, or negligent act or omission by a medical practitioner during their professional practice. This law holds practitioners accountable for any harm resulting from their negligence in Cyprus.

Victims of inadequate medical care and their families can seek legal recourse and compensation with the assistance of our skilled medical negligence attorneys. At Michalaki, Pitsillidou & Co LLC , we specialize in this area, offering experience and a track record of securing significant compensation for our clients.

Our approach is tailored to address the unique challenges and needs of each client, many of whom face life-changing injuries or significant alterations in family dynamics. Medical negligence claims are complex and distinct from other personal injury claims, requiring a lawyer with both medical and legal expertise.

Types of Medical Negligence Claims We Handle

Our expertise covers a wide spectrum of medical negligence cases, including but not limited to:

Misdiagnoses or untreated symptoms

Labour and birth-related injuries

Errors and mistreatment by medical professionals

Dental negligence, including extraction complications

Complications from cosmetic surgeries

Hospital-acquired infections like Septicaemia and MRSA

Laser treatment issues

Claims involving fatal medical negligence

Establishing a Medical Negligence Claim

To pursue a claim, you must demonstrate both a breach of duty and causation. A breach of duty involves proving that the care received fell below the standard expected of a competent medical professional. Causation requires showing that this breach directly led to injury or worsened a condition.

Our legal team works with independent medical experts to gather necessary evidence and navigate the complexities of these claims. The burden of proof lies with the claimant, and our aim is to support you through this process, ensuring that your case is presented effectively in court, if necessary.

For those affected by medical negligence in Cyprus, understanding your rights and the legal processes involved is crucial. With our expert legal assistance, you can navigate these challenges and seek the compensation you deserve.

For more information contact us.

This article is intended for informational purposes only and should not be taken as legal advice. For more detailed information and personal legal guidance, please contact us.


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