Receiving a cancer diagnosis can be shattering, both for the patient, and their family. If you have received a cancer misdiagnosis, delayed diagnosis or suffered due to mistakes in cancer treatment, this can add to further anguish for everyone involved and affect your chance of recovery.
Our experts here at Longden Walker & Renney, are specialists in cancer misdiagnosis claims and deal with every case in a sensitive, but professional manner. We are committed to supporting you throughout your case and offer help and guidance for the repercussions that you may be faced with.
Examples of some common cancer negligence claims include:
Scans, tissues samples and smears have been misinterpreted
Acceptable amount of investigation failed to be carried out
Failure to spot symptoms
Failure to treat cancer appropriately
If you’re unsure as to whether you can make a cancer claim, you can speak to one of our specialist cancer misdiagnosis solicitors for a free consultation. We are able to advise whether your claim is viable and can carry out full investigations to gather the best medical and other expert evidence required.
Our helpful infographic can help give an helpful insight If you want to get a better understanding of the clinical negligence claims process, you can view our helpful infographic.
Why choose Longden, Walker & Renney?
Over 30 years experience in handling specialist Cancer claims
We put our clients first throughout some of the toughest cases
You can expect professional support and guidance from our team throughout
Cancer misdiagnosis and negligence claims can be a devastating and traumatic experience. We ensure we give clients the right advice and support needed throughout their cancer claim journey. We helped Amy obtain £6,500 in compensation after she suffered a delay in treatment back in 2012, resulting in the diagnosis of throat cancer. You can read Amy’s story here.
What our clients say
Mrs D.L, one of our previous clients said,
“Just to say a big thank you for all your expertise and hard work, I really appreciate this and I am happy it has come to a positive conclusion.”