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Living in the UK, we have access to the NHS and private medical care that is considered to be some of the best in the world. While many patients will never encounter a problem with the care that they receive, sometimes things can go wrong, which may result in you or a loved one receiving a medical misdiagnosis.
Medical misdiagnosis can cause significant harm, as it can lead to the incorrect treatment, a delay in treatment or a failure to administer treatment at all. This can contribute significantly to the deterioration of an illness or injury. At Hampson Hughes, we can look at every circumstance surrounding any medical misdiagnosis claims and our expert legal team can listen to the circumstances of your case, assess your legal options and offer advice through any claims process.
From the first day you contact a medical misdiagnosis solicitor at Hampson Hughes, we’ll help you look at your case and explore the best way forward for any possible claim, as we have done for many clients in Liverpool, Manchester, London and indeed across England and Wales, establishing a strong track record of expert care.
A bone that is fractured but diagnosed too late, or treated in the wrong way, may never heal correctly, leading to unnecessary pain and discomfort, and possibly an avoidable surgery, which can impact on daily life, including the ability to work effectively. Our solicitors have represented many individuals in making medical misdiagnosis compensation claims with regards to a misdiagnosed fracture.
Medical misdiagnosis claims in England and Wales can be made against a range of medical facilities and professionals including:
The NHS Resolution is the body that most commonly represents the NHS against medical misdiagnosis claims made against it. Very few cases that are handled by the NHS Resolution end up going to court; most cases are usually settled outside of court, with our team of expert medical misdiagnosis solicitors ensuring that you have the best possible chance of a successful outcome.
This outcome MAY provide a substantial amount of compensation in relation to your misdiagnosis and the impact it has had on your life. For private medical facilities, their insurance company will usually handle a misdiagnosis claim. We have a team of experienced medical negligence solicitors who have handled cases in both private and NHS related matters.
For most medical negligence claims, including those involving medical misdiagnosis claims, there is a 3-year time limit to make a claim from the misdiagnosis (or in some cases from the moment you become aware of the medical misdiagnosis).
Exceptions to this rule can include:
If you are unsure of whether you are eligible to make a misdiagnosis claim under these time limits, it is advisable to contact our team by phone, email or online contact form and we will be able to give you more specific feedback on the exact legal circumstances of your possible claim.
Taking on legal representation in the form of a No Win No Fee claim is available for many medical misdiagnosis claims. Contact a medical misdiagnosis lawyer here at Hampson Hughes and we will be happy to discuss a CFA (conditional fee agreement) with you. We can also advise you on relevant insurance policies that may cover the legal cost for such a claim, another way to protect your financial interests. With a No Win No Fee claim, in the vast majority of cases, costs can be recovered from the defendant, meaning no costs will be paid if a claim is lost.
Our legal expertise and strong track record give you the best chance possible of a successful claim, supporting you from initial consultation through to evidence gathering and on to negotiating compensation. Please contact our medical misdiagnosis claims team today by calling or email us and we’ll be able to discuss your potential claim in further detail.