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medical Misdiagnosis claims

If you have suffered because of a medical misdiagnosis, you may be entitled to claim compensation. Our award-winning solicitors provide no win, no fee legal advice when making medical misdiagnosis claims for people who have suffered because of negligence.

We will guide you throughout the claims process, ensuring that you receive the support you need at this difficult time. We understand the devastating impact that a misdiagnosis can have, which is why we will work tirelessly to secure the compensation you deserve.

Although we are based in offices across Yorkshire, we work with clients across the country. We have a proven track record when it comes to making compensation claims.

Contact us today to discuss making a medical misdiagnosis compensation claim in a free, no-obligation consultation by calling 01484 821 500 or complete our online enquiry form, and we will get back to you.

How we can help with your medical misdiagnosis claim

The Ramsdens' team will work tirelessly to investigate your case, drawing on expert medical opinion where necessary to ensure we hold those responsible to account. We will consider any rehabilitation or long-term care you may need following the misdiagnosis.

Our solicitors have years of experience in helping people claim medical misdiagnosis compensation, and we will use this expertise to build a strong case for you. We have handled cases where clients have been affected by:

  • ADHD misdiagnosis
  • Asperger’s misdiagnosis
  • Bowel cancer misdiagnosis
  • Breast cancer misdiagnosis
  • Diabetes misdiagnosis
  • IBS misdiagnosis
  • Meningitis misdiagnosis
  • MS misdiagnosis
  • Misdiagnosed ectopic pregnancy
  • Misdiagnosed blighted ovum

If you have been affected by any of these medical errors, it can be extremely distressing. We can help you come to terms with what has happened, while offering the best legal guidance throughout the claims process.

Why choose us?

We will handle your claim with sensitivity and care, so you can rest assured that you are in safe hands. We have been providing legal advice across Yorkshire and further afield for more than 150 years, earning a leading reputation as a trustworthy and reliable legal specialist.

Ramsdens Solicitors is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and the Law Society Personal Injury Panel, meaning we are not only regulated, but we are also a reputable and well-respected firm in the field of negligence claims.

Our personal injury department is headed by award-winning solicitor Natalie Marrison, who has a proven track record of helping individuals who have suffered because of a medical misdiagnosis.

By choosing Ramsdens to handle your medical misdiagnosis claim, you can guarantee:

  • A free consultation
  • No win, no fee representation
  • Early home visits
  • A friendly, confidential service
  • Fast responses to all communication
  • Specialist solicitors to deal with your claim

You can read about our awards and accreditations here.


Am I eligible to make a medical misdiagnosis claim?

If you have been misdiagnosed for a medical condition that has caused you harm, you may be entitled to claim compensation. The most common types of case of this nature include:

  • When a misdiagnosis has been given for a less serious condition, which has resulted in a delay in treatment
  • Instances of incorrect diagnosis that have resulted in unnecessary treatment
  • Incorrect diagnosis leading to unnecessary surgery
  • Where a diagnosis has not been provided at all
  • Instances of an incorrect diagnosis that has resulted in severe psychological harm, for example, if you have been told you are terminally ill

Our solicitors can discuss your legal rights with you, and help you to build a strong case that gives you the best possible chance of securing medical misdiagnosis compensation.

Is there a time limit for making a medical misdiagnosis claim?

In most cases, you will need to make a claim within three years of becoming aware of your misdiagnosis. However, if you are claiming on behalf of a child, you have until three years after the child has turned 18.

If you are making a claim on behalf of a loved one who has died as a result of misdiagnosis, you will need to make a claim within three years of their passing.

How much medical misdiagnosis compensation am I entitled to?

The amount of compensation you are entitled to will depend on a number of factors, such as the severity of your injuries and the cost of your care going forwards. Our solicitors will build a strong case that will stand you with this best possible chance of securing the maximum amount of compensation.

contact us

With offices across Yorkshire, we can provide our services across the entire county. To find out if you can make a medical misdiagnosis compensation claim, call us for free on 01484 821 500, or submit your claim online and a member of the team will get back to you as soon as possible.