Cancer treatment has greatly improved over the past few decades, with many cancers now treatable if detected and diagnosed early. However any cancer misdiagnosis or delay in diagnosis can therefore impact on the treatability of the illness.
If you have suffered from a late or wrong diagnosis of cancer, we can manage a compensation claim on your behalf so you obtain justice for the effect the medical negligence has had.
Different cancer misdiagnosis claims we manage
If you have been wrongfully diagnosed with cancer, where you have had to deal with the trauma of a diagnosis and any unnecessary medical treatment, we can help you to pursue a claim for the consequences this has had on your health and wellbeing.
We can also provide legal support to patients whose cancer has been misdiagnosed, meaning that they have missed out on the right medical treatment during the earlier stages of the illness.
Making a compensation claim
Our medical negligence solicitors will be able to handle your cancer misdiagnosis claim with a great deal of compassion and care, sensitively pursuing the case with only your best interests at heart.
From gathering evidence to researching precedents, we will work hard to make sure that your claim is strong and successful. Our solicitors can also present your case to the responsible party and negotiate your settlement, ensuring that you are awarded the compensation you rightfully deserve.
Ongoing care and support
We understand that having to deal with a cancer misdiagnosis and the actual illness can be an incredibly emotional time. Therefore, our legal team will strive to provide you with all the legal guidance you could possibly need both during and after your compensation claim.
Whether you require government funding or need additional finances, housing or care in order to cope with the illness, we will make sure that you are surrounded by the support you need at this difficult time.
Contact us on 0800 085 3295 to find out more about how we can help you to obtain justice for your cancer misdiagnosis. Alternatively, email a summary of your claim to firstname.lastname@example.org