Misdiagnosis claims

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  • Adrenal Cancer Misdiagnosis
    Though adrenal gland cancers are very rare, we can help you with your adrenal cancer misdiagnosis claim. Discover more by contacting us today.
  • Bile Duct Cancer Misdiagnosis
    Bile duct cancer is rare and affects the tubes connecting the liver and small intestine. We can help you with your bile duct cancer misdiagnosis claim.
  • Bladder Cancer Misdiagnosis
    80% of bladder cancer is caught in its early stages. Are you one of the other 20%? Let us help you with your bladder cancer misdiagnosis claims.
  • Blood Cancer Misdiagnosis
    Many cancer sufferers are either incorrectly diagnosed or diagnosed at a late stage. Get in touch with our team for help with your blood cancer misdiagnosis claims.
  • Bone Cancer Misdiagnosis
    Primary or secondary bone cancer can be misdiagnosed. We can help you with your bone cancer misdiagnosis claim.
  • Bowel Cancer Misdiagnosis
    Unfortunately with bowel cancer, the symptoms are often very difficult to detect and don't appear until it's in the later stages of the disease. We’re here to help with your bowel cancer misdiagnosis claims.
  • Brain Tumour Misdiagnosis
    A brain tumour is a group of cells which grows in an uncontrolled abnormal way. Turn to us for assistance with your brain tumour misdiagnosis claims.
  • Breast Cancer Misdiagnosis
    As the most common form of the disease, the warning signs are well known to most people. Let us help you with your breast cancer misdiagnosis claim.
  • Cauda Equina Syndrome
    Cauda Equina syndrome misdiagnosis can cause serious harm as the condition is caused by the compression of a group of nerves at the lower part of the spinal cord. Make a claim for negligence today.
  • Cervical Cancer Misdiagnosis
    Inaccurate tests or misread results could mean you have suffered cervical cancer misdiagnosis. We can help you with your cervical cancer misdiagnosis claim.
  • Diabetes
    Misdiagnosis of type or lack of care plans
  • Head and Neck Cancer Misdiagnosis
    Head and neck cancer usually affects people over the age of 50. Get in touch with our experts for assistance with your head or neck cancer misdiagnosis claim.
  • Kidney Cancer Misdiagnosis
    Kidney cancer usually affects adults in their 60s and 70s. It rarely affects adults under 50. Let us help with your kidney cancer misdiagnosis claims.
  • Lung Cancer Misdiagnosis
    Lung cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in the UK, with NHS Choices saying 44,500 people are diagnosed each year. If you’ve been victim to lung cancer misdiagnosis, contact us now.
  • Medical Professionals
    GPs or specialist consultants
  • Meningitis
    There are several types of meningitis and a delayed diagnosis of any of them can be fatal. Let us help you with your meningitis misdiagnosis claim.
  • Other Cancer Misdiagnosis
    Here is an overview of cancers not categorised in our main pages. If you’ve suffered because of a misdiagnosis of rare cancers, let our experts help.
  • Ovarian Cancer Misdiagnosis
    Ovarian cancer can be difficult to diagnose and symptoms often don't appear until a later stage. We can help you with your ovarian cancer misdiagnosis claim.
  • Pancreatic Cancer Misdiagnosis
    The early stages of pancreatic cancer don't cause any symptoms, making it very difficult to diagnose. We can help you with your pancreatic cancer misdiagnosis claim.
  • Prostate Cancer Misdiagnosis
    Prostate cancer can develop very slowly, so there may be no signs that you have it until a year later. Let us help you with your prostate cancer misdiagnosis claim.
  • Sepsis
    Around 35,000 people in the UK die every year because of sepsis. Let us help with your sepsis and blood poising misdiagnosis claims.
  • Skin Cancer Misdiagnosis
    Skin cancer, otherwise known as melanoma, can be treated very easily if caught early. Let us help you with your skin cancer misdiagnosis claim in the event that it isn’t.
  • Soft Tissue Cancer Misdiagnosis
    Often soft tissue cancers do not show any symptoms in their early stages, but as they grow symptoms start to appear. Let us help with your soft tissue cancer misdiagnosis claims.
  • Stroke
    A stroke misdiagnosis can be life changing. Strokes interrupt the blood supply to the brain and we can help with your stroke claim if it was misdiagnosed or the diagnosis was delayed.
  • Thyroid Cancer Misdiagnosis
    Thyroid cancer usually affects more women than men. For help with your thyroid cancer misdiagnosis claim, turn to our team.


Advice Centre

  • Can I Make a Medical Negligence Claim for Misdiagnosis
    Misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis are common clinical negligence cases accounting for over 10% of all claims made in 2014/15.
  • Diabetes and Care Planning
    Diabetes doesn’t have to limit your lifestyle if it’s managed effectively. As with many other long-term health conditions, if managed correctly you will be able to incorporate the necessary changes into your life. However, without proper management and self-care, diabetes can become a debilitating illness which can cause severe complications, lead to other long term health issues, and sometimes amputation and blindness.
  • Misdiagnosis FAQs
    Misdiagnosis is a common cause of negligence. Find out what ailments are frequently misdiagnosed, which diagnostic errors lead to compensation and much more in our FAQs.
  • Misdiagnosis of Mental Health Problems and Medical Negligence Claims
    Mental health problems can be very difficult to diagnose accurately. In this guide we cover which specific disorders are commonly misdiagnosed, and what you can do about it.
  • Negligent Treatment of Diabetes FAQs
    Diabetes can be misdiagnosed, missed or not treated correctly leading to negligence. Find answers to FAQs about diabetes claims on this page.
  • Stroke Misdiagnosis
    When it comes to strokes it’s important that diagnosis and treatment are quick. Where there is a delay in diagnosis, a misdiagnosis, or a delay in providing treatment, such as drugs to help tackle the blood clots, there could be grounds for a medical negligence claim.