Cancer MisdiagnosisHave you or a loved one experienced a delay in treatment after a misdiagnosed cancer?
Being told by your GP or hospital that you have cancer is life-changing for you and your family. We understand that this is distressing time particularly if you feel that your diagnosis or treatment has been delayed or was wrong in any way.
Advances in cancer treatment over recent years mean that now, fortunately, many cancers are treatable and the likelihood of a cancer sufferer making a full recovery is significantly increased the earlier the cancer is found. Any delay by your GP or specialist to recognise or diagnose the symptoms of your cancer will affect the likelihood of a full recovery.
If you feel that your symptoms have been ignored or the results of a biopsy been misreported then you maybe eligible to make a claim for compensation. Speak to our Cancer Misdiagnosis team today, for free and confidential advice about your legal rights to compensation. Call 0800 122 3036 or request a call back 24/7.
Why make a Cancer Misdiagnosis claim?
We have helped many clients claim for misdiagnosed Cancers such as breast cancer and melanoma and recognise that often these cancers are difficult to diagnose and that mistakes can and do happen.
The symptoms of lung cancer, for example, aren’t dissimilar to other illnesses because some of the symptoms of the condition, such as breathlessness, tiredness and a persistent cough, are quite vague. However, if your doctor suspects that the symptoms you are suffering could be cancer and they don’t refer you on for further testing then you could have a claim for medical negligence.
A settlement will help pay for any additional care or therapy you may need or compensate you should you be unable to work. We believe in helping you and your family, which is why we will guide you through the claims process step by step and meet with you at home if you need us to.
Clear Law will never charge you for the advice we give and we will not expect you to pay for any legal bills even if your claim is unsuccessful. Speak to our friendly team today on 0800 122 3036
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