Medical Misdiagnosis Compensation
Misdiagnosis can be of two forms. Firstly, when a patient’s medical condition remains completely undiagnosed and the other is when the wrong diagnosis is conducted. Consequences arising from such act of medical negligence can be severe. The worst can lead to death.
Fractures and tumors and cancers are often wrongly diagnosed and are provided with delayed treatment. If you or anyone whom you know has suffered from the result of such medical negligence act, he/she may have the legal right to make claim for medical misdiagnosis compensation. With the assistance of our specialised solicitor, the victim can make a successful claim. Working in this area for many years, our solicitors have been helping innumerable claimants to receive fair and just payout.
Types of Medical Wrong Diagnosis Claims Our Solicitors can Deal with:
• Bowel cancer wrong diagnosis
• Breast cancer misdiagnosis
• Broken bones misdiagnosis
• Delayed diagnosis or treatment of injury
• Skin cancer wrong diagnosis
• Undiagnosed fractures and any health conditions
• Failed to understand an X-ray report
• Failure to respond properly to the diagnosis results
• Negligence shown to refer a proper and correct treatment or diagnosis
• Misdiagnosis and delayed treatment leading to consumption of wrong medication
Before helping their clients to make a claim, our solicitors ensure to check how authentic the misdiagnosed claim is. Hence, you can fill in the online personal injury compensation claim form in details and let our experts call you back. Our solicitors will make sure to give you a call at your preferred time.
Making a Medical Wrong Diagnosis Claim
Delayed treatment can cause illness to worsen, and medical professionals can also end up conducting wrong diagnosis, either by reading the scan and x-rays wrongly or just being ignorant towards their job. Misdiagnosis can then lead to wrong treatment. Often the doctor can fail to read the test report correctly and that harms the patient and his life. Our solicitors can help them by pursing no win no fee claim on their behalf.
If you believe that your relative has a claim to make, immediately telephone us for professional and free claim advice.
Well, while making medical misdiagnosis compensation claim, a strict time limit requires to be followed. Normally, for adults three years of time limit it allotted to the medical negligence claimant. Well, then, if the injury is so much severe that it is not likely to be cured soon, the victim’s family can apply to the court along with the documents and the present medical report to extend the time limit.
If your child has come across an act of misdiagnosis, he/she can claim after turning 18. Or else being his/her parents, you can even bring in the claim on his/her behalf. However, it is suggested to gather the evidences and pile them in file, so that nothing is misplaced. You can contact our specialised solicitors for proper guidance. Our team of experts will be extremely delighted to help you in the procedure of claiming compensation.
Payouts Received by a Medical Negligence Victim
With medical error compensation, a victim not only recovers the financial losses, but also, receives an amount for the immense pains he had to endure because of the medical practitioner’s fault. Moreover, if the patient is asked for any life long treatment, the amount, which is likely to be spent after it, can be recovered from claim.
Hence, if you believe you or your beloved has a case to claim, immediately consult our legal professional and get free advice, initially.