Tyr represents patients in complex medical malpractice claims.
Led by Pinta Maguire, Tyr's lawyers have expertise in a variety of complex medical malpractice claims, including medical device failure, obstetrical negligence, surgical negligence, delayed diagnosis of cancer, and catastrophic brain injuries arising from medical negligence. Tyr understands the substantial hardships and complexities that arise from failures within the medical system and works closely with its clients to achieve both financial compensation and justice. Both Pinta Maguire and Michael O'Brien are former defence counsel for physicians who faced allegations of professional negligence. With that unique perspective, Tyr uses effective litigation strategies to advance medical malpractice cases for its injured clients and their families. In doing so, Tyr strives to offer its clients a form of closure, allowing them to move forward after suffering what are often catastrophic life-altering events.
The list of cases below highlights some of our lawyers' medical malpractice experience:
- Lead counsel for a family that lost a baby due to obstetrical errors during labour and delivery.
- Lead counsel for a family that lost an infant following a surgical procedure.
- Lead counsel for an individual who developed a chronic pain injury following alternative medicine treatment.
- Lead counsel for an individual who suffered a permanent nerve injury during surgery.
- Lead counsel for an individual who suffered a serious allergic reaction after receiving unnecessary antibiotics.
- Co-counsel on a case involving physician negligence during anesthetic procedure, leaving the injured person with a serious brain injury.
- Co-counsel for the family of a deceased, who underwent an unnecessary procedure without being informed of reasonable and safer alternatives.
- Lead counsel for the family of a deceased, who attended a hospital ER and was discharged without being informed of life-threatening findings on imaging.
- Co-counsel in numerous cases for individuals who attended a hospital after suffering strokes and were discharged from hospital without being informed of reasonable and safer alternatives, or did not receive appropriate medications within the treatment window.