Catastrophic injury & medical negligence
Survivors of catastrophic injury and the victims of medical negligence require expert support from specialist solicitors to pursue litigation against those responsible for their injuries.
The team at MAPS Medical Reporting understand the role they play in providing holistic injury services and providing access to first-class rehabilitation to seriously injured clients. We will oversee the organisation and administration of your client’s rehabilitation and any other medical needs from end to end, allowing you to focus on the legal case at hand.
What counts as a catastrophic injury?
We work with specialists who have vast experience of supporting those who have been the victim of a catastrophic injury such as spinal cord and acquired brain injuries, people who have undergone amputations, children who have sustained a birth injury (including cerebral palsy), and those with multiple serious injuries, on their path to rehabilitation. Serious and catastrophic injuries may also occur as a result of medical negligence or medical malpractice.
MAPS’ experienced team will move quickly to provide assistance with your client’s short and long-term rehabilitation needs to maximise the benefit to them of physical and psychological interventions, and to avoid unnecessary delays to the progression of your legal case on their behalf. Tailored packages of support are prepared based on a professional assessment of each individual’s needs and expertly delivered by qualified specialists nationwide.
Our panel of specialists and doctors are located across the country and can meet with your client at a time and location convenient for them, which we know is especially important for those who may have severe mobility difficulties. Having years of experience working in medical negligence and personal injury litigation, our solicitor-led team will bring their knowledge to your case.
To find out how we could help you support your client’s catastrophic injury and medical negligence needs, contact our friendly team.