Testicular Torsion Claims*
The medical negligence team at McMorrow & McLaughlin Solicitors can help you with your testicular torsion claim.
While it is true to say that most medical professionals are competent and carry out many successful operations on a daily basis, errors do occur. Our Medical Negligence solicitors are here to make the process easier for you.
Get in touch today through our contact form or call +353 (0)71 984 1322 for help on making a medical negligence claim.
What is Testicular Torsion?
Cases of Testicular Torsion can occur in infants in the womb or in teenagers. It is a medical emergency and involves the restriction of the supply of blood to the testicles. It may also occur as a result of strain. The effect is that the flow of blood is restricted to the testicles potentially resulting in the loss of the testicle. Testicular torsion is incredibly painful and is sudden. It is imperative that testicular torsion is treated immediately.
Our 3-stage process
A consultation with our Medical Negligence Solicitors will help them to understand the nature of the injury, the causes of same and the likely Defendants and allow them to strategize the best path forward for you.
Our Medical Negligence Solicitors will require copies of all relevant documentation in order to fully consider your injury. This may involve a Data Access Request under the General Data Protection Regulation. The Medical Report is considered to be the most important in terms of proving the injuries sustained. A Medical report may involve a report from a General Practitioner, Specialist or a Psychologist depending on the type of injury sustained.
At this point our Medical Negligence Solicitors will brief a Barrister so that the necessary proceedings can be prepared and served on the correct Defendants. It is important to note that a large number of Medical Negligence cases settle outside of court.
Get in touch today through our contact form or call +353 (0)71 984 1322 for help on making a testicular torsion claim.
*In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.