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Misdiagnosis or incorrect medical care

Medical misdiagnosis occurs when a health or medical professional negligently:

  • diagnoses the wrong condition or symptoms
  • fails to diagnose a condition
  • delays their diagnosis or misdiagnosis and doesn’t refer the patient for appropriate testing
  • diagnoses one condition but fails to diagnose other conditions

You can bring a medical negligence claim if the doctor, nurse, GP or other health professional did not provide reasonable care and skill, causing physical or psychological harm.

Common misdiagnosis claims

Some of the common medical negligence cases our lawyers arising from  misdiagnosis, delayed diagnosis or incorrect treatment include:

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