Doctors and medical professionals are qualified, experienced individuals whom we put a great deal of trust in.
We naturally expect them to treat us to the best of their abilities, and correctly identify any injuries so that they can be correctly cared for.
Unfortunately, medical mistakes can and do still happen, often with severe and life-changing consequences.
An incorrect diagnosis or misdiagnosis can happen to anyone, and can be due to a number of factors such as:
- Failing to interpret test results accurately
- Failing to examine you thoroughly and/or properly
- Failure to refer you to a specialist
- Failure to recognise the severity of a condition leading to a delay in diagnosis or treatment
- Failure to recognise and treat life-threatening conditions such as severe internal bleeding or obstetric complications leading to avoidable deaths.
Misdiagnosis comes in many forms, from missed fractures to cancer misdiagnosis.
If you believe your doctor or a medical professional has misdiagnosed you, which has led to further suffering and avoidable treatment, you can claim for medical negligence.
You may be required to receive further invasive treatment that would not have been necessary if the injury was correctly identified upon your initial examination.
Because of this, you will likely have to take more time to recover, meaning you may have suffered from more pain, and had your work and home life unnecessarily disturbed.
Our team of misdiagnosis claims solicitors at The Specter Partnership have over 25 years experience in winning compensation on claims of this nature for our clients.
For your free consultation about making a missed fracture claim, speak to us today, a member of a friendly legal team will be more than happy to help. Call us on 0800 019 3460, fill in our simple online form, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How we can help
If you have suffered due to misdiagnosis malpractice, TSP can help you recover compensation for any injuries sustained or existing conditions made worse.
Our experienced team of solicitors, who have dealt with a number of misdiagnosis claims, will guide you through the complex legal process, ensuring that you receive the best possible outcome to your compensation claim.