Misdiagnosis Compensation Claims
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- Medical Misdiagnosis Compensation Claims Information
- What is a Medical Misdiagnosis?
- Is It Possible to Claim Compensation Following a Medical Misdiagnosis?
- Can I Claim Against Private Healthcare Providers for Medical Misdiagnoses?
- Why Should I Choose Tylers Solicitors to Represent My Misdiagnosis Compensation Claim?
- Misdiagnosis Compensation Claims Amounts
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Medical Misdiagnosis Compensation Claims Information
When a healthcare professional tells us anything, we often take it at face value. However, doctors and GPs can make mistakes, either through their own negligence or through filing mistakes elsewhere in the system. In some cases, a medical misdiagnosis can cause a wide range of issues. Some of these issues include harmful treatment, unnecessary stress or delay to treatment causing your condition to spiral out of control.
If you’ve suffered any kind of medical misdiagnosis, Tylers Solicitors is here for you. Our experienced team can provide complete legal support to help you get the misdiagnosis compensation you’re entitled to. Whether you’ve received the wrong or potentially harmful treatment for a condition you don’t have, Tylers is here to help. Simply get in touch with our experienced team of legal experts today.
What is a Medical Misdiagnosis?
Is It Possible to Claim Compensation Following a Medical Misdiagnosis?
Can I Claim Against Private Healthcare Providers for Medical Misdiagnoses?
Why Should I Choose Tylers Solicitors to Represent My Misdiagnosis Compensation Claim?
Misdiagnosis Compensation Claims Amounts
Misdiagnosed Disease Compensation Amounts
|If you’re suffering from any kind of disease or illness which hasn’t been properly diagnosed, you may be able to claim compensation. A misdiagnosed disease can have a serious, long-term impact on your health. So, whether you’ve been left with long-term injuries due to the misdiagnosis, or you’ve suffered severe short-term symptoms, we are here for you. The amount of compensation will depend on the severity and impact of your injuries, so a more serious misdiagnosis or illness will be worth more compensation.|
|Up to £307,000|
Misdiagnosed Physical Injury Compensation Amounts
|If you’ve sustained a physical injury which has been misdiagnosed or mistreated, you should be entitled to claim compensation. A physical injury, such as a broken bone or internal bleeding, which isn’t diagnosed and treated can be extremely dangerous. In some cases, a misdiagnosed or mistreated physical injury can result in long-term disability, limb amputation or even wrongful death. The amount of compensation you could receive depends on the overall severity of your injuries.|
|Up to £307,000|
Received Treatment for Misdiagnosed Condition Compensation Amounts
|If you’ve received treatment for a condition which you don’t have, you may have suffered due to the misdiagnosis. In some cases, certain medications can exacerbate your condition, leading to more severe symptoms and even the development of long-term health conditions. Coagulants and anti-coagulants, for example, when wrongly prescribed, can cause serious health conditions. The amount of compensation you could be entitled to depends on the severity of your injuries and the development of any long-term health conditions.|
|Up to £307,000|
Condition Worsened Due to Medical Misdiagnosis Compensation Amounts
|If your condition has noticeably worsened due to a medical misdiagnosis, you may be entitled to claim for compensation. Any kind of medical condition which has gone undiagnosed or has been misdiagnosed can lead to serious health issues. If there is evidence that your condition has worsened due to medical misdiagnosis, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today. In some cases, a medical misdiagnosis can result in brain damage, or permanent damage to other organs.|
|Up to £307,000|
Frequently Asked Questions
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Can I Claim for A Loved One’s Wrongful Death Following a Medical Misdiagnosis?
What Are The Most Common Kinds of NHS Misdiagnosis?
Some of the most common misdiagnosis mistakes caused by NHS negligence include:
- Death or serious injury due to being given the wrong blog type or an incompatible organ
- People being injured, poisoned or maimed by negligent medics
- Being given an insulin overdose
- Being given the wrong gas
- Picking up MRSA
- Death or injury while restrained
- Brain damage in newborns (untreated jaundice)
- Operation on the wrong body organ which includes
- Being given the wrong drugs
- Consciousness while being operated on
- Incorrect lens fitted into their eyes when it came to cataracts surgery
- Feeding tubes & swabs accidently left inside of the body
If you’ve been the victim of any of these kinds of NHS misdiagnosis, don’t hesitate to get in touch today.
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