A misdiagnosis of cancer, or late diagnosis, can have an enormous impact on your health and well-being. When doctors or medical practitioners make mistakes, or your symptoms are diagnosed too late, it can make it much harder to treat the condition. In some cases, the cancer might have become inoperable within the timeframe where it had been originally misdiagnosed.
Specialists in medical negligence cases
Our expert team of medical negligence solicitors have many years of experience in assisting patients with bringing cancer misdiagnosis claims, including late diagnosis of lung, bladder, bowel, liver, stomach, prostate and breast cancer. Being diagnosed with cancer is devastating for you and your family and is made even harder if a treatable illness has been misdiagnosed or diagnosed too late.
Our team of solicitors will work closely with you to help you to establish if you have the grounds for a successful claim and to secure the money that may be entitled to that might help to make things a little easier for you through this challenging period if you do. We will also work on your behalf to get to the bottom of what happened to you and to seek redress from the medical staff involved in your case.
Bringing a cancer misdiagnosis claim
Dealing with the diagnosis of a serious illness is stressful enough without there being any impropriety on the part of the healthcare provider. However, mistakes can and do often happen, so it is important to work with a specialist in this area if you think you have a basis to bring a claim.
By choosing to work with McCarthy + Co, you can rest assured that we will handle your case sensitively and thoroughly – ensuring that all the complexities of the legal process are taken care of for you so that you can focus on your health and your family.
Our main aim is to secure you a settlement which will help to pay for your care requirements. This includes:
- Specialist medical treatment costs – for example, private doctor or surgeon fees
- Rehabilitation costs – enabling you to join cancer rehabilitation programs
- Loss of earnings – we will help you to recoup the losses incurred due to being misdiagnosed
- Expenses – we will work on your behalf to secure adequate compensation for any costs incurred throughout your treatment, such as travel expenses
Our medical negligence team have over 30 years’ experience in winning cancer misdiagnosis cases. Starting the process of bringing a claim is easy and just involves you calling us for an informal chat or leaving a message using one of our online forms, and we will get back to you. We treat all cases with equal respect and the utmost concern for patient confidentiality.
Types of cancer claims
Over the years, our medical negligence team have handled cases relating to many different types of cancers. We have put together some resources which you may find helpful in dealing with your current situation. Please follow the relevant link below or contact us for further advice if you cannot see the condition that is relevant to your situation.
- Bladder cancer misdiagnosis
- Blood cancer misdiagnosis
- Bone cancer misdiagnosis
- Bowel cancer misdiagnosis
- Brain cancer misdiagnosis
- Breast cancer misdiagnosis
- Cervical cancer misdiagnosis
- Gallbladder cancer misdiagnosis
- Lung cancer misdiagnosis
N.B. We are currently in the process of updating this section of our website. If you do not see a resource that it is relevant to your situation in the list above, please contact us by phone or email for advice.
About McCarthy + Co
With more than 30 years of experience in dealing with medical negligence claims, McCarthy + Co. has expertise in a wide variety of fields including cancer misdiagnosis and late diagnosis. We are a family-run business, who pride ourselves on offering honest, impartial and helpful advice.
Our offices are based in Dublin and Cork, but we work with clients throughout Ireland in locations ranging from Galway to Waterford. You can count on us for legal advice, guidance and assistance on any form of personal injury.
If you or a member of your family have received an incorrect diagnosis of cancer, get in touch with our specialist medical negligence solicitors today to make a start on your claim or gather more information. Call us on 1800 390 555 and an experienced member of staff will discuss your situation and potential next steps. You can also email on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
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