Personal client relations forms the cornerstone of Scholtz Attorneys where highly skilled and experienced attorneys assisted by equally competent staff, are geared to assist and support clients with matters relating to Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Law.
At the helm of Scholtz Attorneys is litigation attorney Andries Scholtz who obtained his B. Proc degree and post graduate Dip. Insol. (AIPSA) from the University of Pretoria.
Backed by extensive knowledge and experience, Andries follows an approach of effective problem solving with regards to complex legal matters. He takes a personal interest in each case and ensures accessibility and regular follow-up with clients.
Personal Injury, Vehicle Accidents or Medical Malpractice Claims
The victim of a personal crime is not automatically guaranteed any form of reparation, due to uncertainties such as whether there is a claim, whom to claim from and how to prove that the claimant indeed suffered a personal injury.
A person claiming damages for personal injury as a result of the acts of another has to prove that the personal injury happened as well as the quantum of the damages suffered. The injured person should record and keep all evidence of the personal injury to build a convincing case in court.
Our experienced litigation attorneys will advise as to what the injured party may claim and the process which has to be followed to lodge a claim. As a victim of a personal injury should receive compensation for the damage suffered, our experienced personal injury lawyers will apply their expertise to achieve the best possible outcome of the medical negligence or personal injury claim.
Being in close proximity of the courts in Pretoria and Johannesburg enables Scholtz Attorneys to handle instructions from across Gauteng and beyond.
For a layman’s discussion on the topic of personal injury and medical negligence claims, be sure to visit Personal Injury & Medical Malpractice.
The offices are conveniently situated and accessible from all directions with ample free parking facilities.
For a discreet consultation, complete the form below to contact us or give us a call to schedule an appointment.
In South Africa, the onus is on the claimant to prove the negligence of the medical professional. If successful, the next issue is to decide on the quantum of the claim – here the claimant must prove how much compensation the defendant is liable to pay to the claimant.
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