SOLVING PERSONAL LEGAL MATTERS
At Forbes Solicitors, we encounter many clients who have been deeply affected by a misdiagnosis from a medical professional, which has meant that underlying problems go untreated, and patients have to deal with additional and unnecessary stress. In particular, a number of our clients have made claims against doctors for incorrectly diagnosing them with diabetes.
If you have had to deal with the aftermath of a diabetes misdiagnosis, our team at Forbes Solicitors can help you get the expert legal support you need. Having dealt with many different types of claims and getting the deserved compensation for our clients, we can give you exactly the help you require.
Diabetes misdiagnosis is when a medical practitioner diagnoses you with diabetes when you have another condition, or even are perfectly healthy. This can cause complications due to receiving incorrect treatment and ultimately waste both time and money.
As diabetes is a serious medical condition that involves drastic treatment and lifestyle changes, this can be a great inconvenience for the patient and is classed on medical malpractice on the part of the professional who made the diagnosis.
If a person is misdiagnosed with type one or two diabetes, they can seek compensation for any effects they may have experienced that have had a significant impact on their day-to-day life with the help of Forbes Solicitors.
If you believe you have significant evidence to support your claim, our team at Forbes Solicitors may be able to help get you compensation for the effect that a diabetes misdiagnosis has had on your day-to-day life and the stress you have had to endure.
Our solicitors are skilled in helping those who have been a victim of medical malpractice and operate on a no win, no fee basis which ensures there is no financial risk to you in the event that your compensation claim is unsuccessful. So, why not contact Forbes Solicitors today for a free consultation to find out how we can help you.
There are a number of ways that a medical professional could be negligent by misdiagnosing a patient with diabetes, which then causes a number of after effects that then have to be dealt with. These include:
Yes, if you can prove that the misdiagnosis of diabetes has had a severe effect upon your day-to-day life or exacerbated another condition in some way then you may be able to get compensation with the right legal team to help you.
Yes, if you can provide significant evidence that your day-to-day life has been greatly affected by your misdiagnosis, for personal or financial reasons, then you may be able to get compensation. If you are considering making a claim, contact Forbes Solicitors for expert advice.
If diabetes is treated too late or misdiagnosed as another illness it can have a drastic effect on the patient, leaving the patient with disabilities and chronic conditions, as well as causing fatalities for some.
If you have been incorrectly diagnosed with gestational diabetes or given incorrect treatment, whether it has had an effect on you or your baby, you can make a claim to receive compensation with the help of expert solicitors.