Being diagnosed with cancer is not only a life-altering a devastating. However, being diagnosed incorrectly can be just as devastating and happens quite often. It is highly possible that an individual can suffer from an incorrect diagnosis due to cancer symptoms while suffering from another illness. This causes them to undergo many unnecessary treatments as well as harmful psychological effects on the beliefs that they are terminally ill.
Claim Direct as an expert medical negligence lawyer on hand to help via free phone 0808 164 9153 or via online methods.
TheYEC will help you deal with a cancer misdiagnosis claim on a No Win No Fee basis. Our team of medical negligence lawyers will offer you free expert legal advice and explain how to proceed with your compensation claim and the likelihood of success. TheYEC will offer you a free consultation over the phone or you can begin a claim online.
If you have been diagnosed with cancer by a medical professional and that diagnosis was incorrect, you have the ability to make a misdiagnosis of cancer claim.
It is possible to claim compensation for any surgeries or drug treatments that were unnecessary and have caused you pain and mental illness through the procedures. You may also claim compensation for the actual symptoms you have suffered that were left untreated due to the wrongful diagnosis.
A TheYEC medical negligence lawyer has the ability to provide you immediate legal representation anywhere in the United Kingdom. Once your claim passes through our initial screening process, we will visit you in the hospital or asked home as well as provide rehabilitation support.
We will work with you on all types of claims including lymphoma misdiagnosis claims and breast cancer misdiagnosis claims. We have the ability to deal with all types of cancer misdiagnosis claims including lung cancer, cervical cancer, carcinoma, adenocarcinoma, and melanoma.
Are you unsure if you can make a claim? We are just a free phone call away from you. Call us today and will be more than happy to discuss your case.