Medical Misdiagnosis Claims
What is a misdiagnosis claim?
Misdiagnosis is a common type of medical negligence and it comes in two different forms. There is medical negligence either where an injury or illness is completely undiagnosed or diagnosis is delayed, or where an incorrect diagnosis is given. Both of these situations can cause serious problems for a patient and can have a big impact upon their future.
Do I have a claim?
Any form of medical negligence is a breach of a medical practitioner’s duty to their patient. If the treatment provided by a practitioner falls below an acceptable standard, this will constitute a breach of this duty. If that negligence has resulted in an injury or illness, or the worsening of a current injury or illness, then you may be able to make a claim.
We offer a free initial consultation, which allows you to explain your situation so we can give a clear assessment of whether we believe your claim merits further investigation. Our panel of solicitors will always be honest with you and will only advise you to take your claim forward if they believe there is a realistic chance of securing compensation.
We also offer no win, no fee agreements for A&E claims, meaning there is normally no upfront cost and no financial risk to you when you start a claim with Pursuit Claims .
To start a compensation claim for A&E negligence, call us today on 0161 503 4266. Alternatively, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the contact form on the right to request a callback.
here are many different areas of misdiagnosis that our solicitors are equipped to deal with.
- GP Misdiagnosis
- Hospital Missed Fracture
- Brain Tumour Misdiagnosis
- Misdiagnosis of bowel cancer
- Misdiagnosis of breast cancer
- Misdiagnosis of cervical cancer
- Lymphoma misdiagnosis
- Misdiagnosis of Epilepsy
- Heart disease/attack misdiagnosis
- Herpes misdiagnosis
If you have experienced a situation where a condition has been left undiagnosed or incorrectly diagnosed, resulting in delayed treatment or a worsened condition, contact us today for a free initial consultation with one of our panel medical negligence solicitors.