Breast Cancer Misdiagnosis 2016-10-20T12:24:30+00:00

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Breast Cancer Misdiagnosis Claims. Have You Been Misdiagnosed by the NHS?

Were You Misdiagnosed?

Sadly delay in treatment and misdiagnosis of breast cancer is one of the most common claims we deal with. In part this is due to the sheer numbers involved of women suffering from breast cancer. Almost over 10% of all women in the UK.

Breast cancer must be diagnosed early and treatment to begin right away to increase the likelihood of a positive outcome. Delays in treatment caused by misdiagnosis bring all manner of unforeseen problems and costs, and not forgetting the emotional suffering that you and your loved ones have to deal with when your life expectancy has been effected my negligence.

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Why You Should Claim

As an end result from misdiagnosis and your condition worsening through no fault of your own you will quite likely be left with a loss of earnings, increased costs, personal suffering and need of clinical care. it is vital you gain financial support to cope with what the future may hold.

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Our solicitors await your call and are on hand to give friendly and free advice to see if you have a possible claim against the NHS.

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Can I sue the NHS?

Before making a claim it is worth taking note of the following point.

Check that your medical issues are grounds for negligence, and not a simple complaint procedure. Complaints about procedure dissatisfaction, or seeking an apology / admission for lack of care / treatment should go to PALS. Read more about suing the nhs.

When you might have a claim

Injury, continuous pain or loss due to the act of a practitioner or general lack of care at the NHS is an entirely different matter. You might very well have a claim. The duty of care might have been breached meaning the health care professional/s did not provide the expected level of care. If you believe you deserve compensation you may have a medical negligence claim. Read more about how to claim against the NHS here.