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Bone cancer, also known as sarcoma is caused due to an abnormality in the growth process of cells in a bone. It is one of the rarest and aggressive form of cancer and commonly affects children and adolescents. The most common form of malignant bone cancer is osteosarcoma that typically affects patients aged between 10 and 25. Additionally, the most commonly diagnosed form of bone cancer among children, aged between 4 and 15 is Ewing’s Sarcoma. These forms of bone cancer are usually found in the long bones of the arms and legs. Chondrosarcoma is another most common form of bone cancer, which particularly affects patients, who are over 40 years of age and is usually found in the hips and pelvis. Older patients, aged above 50 can also develop bone cancer, and are most susceptible to malignant fibrous histiocytoma (MFH) form of bone cancer.
As stated, bone cancer (sarcoma) is rare and so the diagnosis of bone cancer is challenging. Nevertheless, there are a few symptoms, which should alert doctors to test or treat a patient for bone cancer. Some of these symptoms include:
Unexplainable fractures to a bone
Unpredictable and severe weight loss
Discolouration around the bone and joint area
Incapacity to use a leg, arm, or any other bone
Limiting movements of any area close to a bone
Swelling or soreness of the affected bone area or joints/span>
Irregular elevation of temperatures including sweats during night time
Unfortunately, our solicitors have come across GPs as well as oncology specialists, who have failed to recognize the symptoms associated with bone cancer, leading to delay in treatment or misdiagnosis, which has a tremendous devastating effect on the victim and his family members. Occasionally a late diagnosis, or the complete misdiagnosis of bone cancer, can let the cancer to become worse and spread to other parts of the body. Bone cancer misdiagnosis can also cause substantial and avoidable suffering, which might often lead to death. In all such cases, the victim has suffered from bone cancer (sarcoma) misdiagnosis.
If you or a loved one is diagnosed with bone cancer (sarcoma) and suspect that there is a delay in bone cancer diagnosis, you may be entitled to bone cancer (sarcoma) misdiagnosis compensation claim. At Turner White Solicitors, our leading bone cancer negligence solicitors have the necessary knowledge and skill to handle your case with utmost compassion.
When Can I Make a Bone Cancer (Sarcoma) Misdiagnosis Compensation Claim?
If you have been misdiagnosed with bone cancer, through medical negligence, then you are more than entitled to apply for medical misdiagnosis compensation. This delay in diagnosing cancer may have affected your life, which could have been avoided, had a diagnosis been made in an appropriate manner. Moreover, any person, who has been diagnosed with bone cancer and has undergone chemotherapy or other such treatments only to find that he/she does not have bone cancer can also claim for compensation, particularly if there was no conclusive testing and results showed to you concerning the misdiagnosis of your alleged bone cancer. If you feel the standard of treatment delivered by any medical professional was far below what is generally expected, then you may be eligible to make a claim for bone cancer compensation.
At Turner White Solicitors, we understand that a lack of diagnosis, or a misdiagnosis of bone cancer, can have a severe impact on the chances of survival and recovery of the patient. Our team of misdiagnosed bone (sarcoma) cancer claim solicitors can help you in your compensation for delayed cancer diagnosis if you’ve suffered from any medical injury due to medical negligence, which may amount to bone cancer misdiagnosis claim. At Turner White Solicitors, our vastly experienced best bone cancer negligence solicitors understands your compensation for delayed cancer diagnosis claim and help you and your family to secure the financial means necessary to keep moving forward and protect your future.
Why Should I Make a Bone Cancer Misdiagnosis Claim?
Making late or misdiagnosed cancer claims following a delay in bone cancer diagnosis is a significant step for various reasons. If you or a loved one is injured because of a medical professional’s negligence, we firmly believe you should get the compensation, which you deserve.Your misdiagnosed bone (sarcoma) cancer claim can earn you the much-needed compensation that can help you to pay your medical expenses for any current or future care and treatment as well as the compensation can help you recover any lost earnings after time away from work. Your claim for compensation will also highlight the neglectful treatment that are often being carried out by NHS doctors and medical staff or any other private hospital’s medical professionals. It can prevent other people to suffer the same medical damage, which you have sadly undergone. Claiming compensation for delayed cancer diagnosis can also help you to cover the cost of adaptations to your home and life.
Contact our bone cancer negligence solicitors for a confidential and free consultation on Freephone 01772 25 22 22. We will discuss your experience and let you know if we think you have a potential bone cancer (sarcoma) misdiagnosis compensation claim case.
How much Compensation for Misdiagnosed Bone (Sarcoma) Cancer Claims Will I Get?
The cancer misdiagnosis compensation amounts awarded in this type of cancer cases depends on a number of different aspects. These aspects can include the severity of the injury caused, combined with any financial losses, the effect the damage has had on your life outside work, and whether your medical injury caused due to negligence will require further treatment and care – both in the immediate aftermath of the negligence and in the future.
You can find out how much misdiagnosed bone (sarcoma) cancer claim you’re entitled to by getting in touch with our best bone cancer (sarcoma) negligence solicitors today on Freephone 01772 25 22 22 or contact us online and we’ll be happy to help you. We will be able to give you an indication of the potential value of your claim. However, if you want to get an estimated settlement figure before you contact us, you can always use our interactive compensation calculator to find out how much compensation you might be entitled to.
Is There a Time Limit on Making a Bone Cancer (Sarcoma) Misdiagnosis Compensation Claims?
Yes. In most medical negligence cases, you have three years’ time to make a compensation claim, starting from the date the negligence happened or the date you first became aware that you’ve suffered because of negligence, which is also known as ‘date of knowledge’.However, it’s important to contact us as soon as possible so that we can begin to gather evidences for your claim. Moreover, events will still be new in your mind, evidences are easier to collect and a stronger compensation for delayed cancer diagnosis case more likely to be built.Therefore, the sooner you speak to our team of best bone cancer (sarcoma) negligence solicitors, the better. If you have questions or concerns about the time limits, please call us for a free and confidential consultation on Freephone 01772 25 22 22.
Does The Case Follows a No Win No Fee Claim Basis?
Yes. At Turner White Solicitors, our No Win No Fee Claim Solicitors means you won’t have to pay any legal costs if your claim is unsuccessful and it will cost you nothing to find out if you have a case. The most significant part is that the victim of bone cancer (sarcoma) misdiagnosis compensation claims is not at any kind of financial risk. Our bone cancer (sarcoma) negligence solicitors will also help you to understand the outcome that the medical negligence has had on your life, and ensure that any bone cancer misdiagnosis claim compensation, which you obtain will shield all your future requirements.
In addition, before beginning a legal case for compensation, our best bone cancer (sarcoma) negligence solicitors will confirm you on whether your case can proceed on a No Win No Fee basis. Generally, 98% of our clienteles always have right to the No Win No Fee basis.
Our Best Bone (Sarcoma) Cancer Negligence Solicitors
Our leading bone cancer (sarcoma) negligence solicitors will look into your bone cancer (sarcoma) misdiagnosis compensation claim case in detail, collecting relevant evidence from different well-trained medical professionals. These medical professionals evaluate what treatment and care you should have received and determines any future consequences to your wellbeing. They will also advise us on any potential treatment, which you will need in the upcoming years.
At Turner White Solicitors, our bone cancer misdiagnosis claim solicitors also represent the families of people who have passed away because of delay in bone cancer (sarcoma) diagnosis, assisting them to find answers and receive bone cancer (sarcoma) misdiagnosis compensation from the establishment responsible. Our bone cancer (sarcoma) negligence solicitors also understand that an apology and request for forgiveness can be extremely significant for those who have suffered in medical negligence bone cancer (sarcoma) cases.
Start your claim now for bone cancer misdiagnosis claim, call our best bone cancer (sarcoma) negligence solicitors for free today on 01772 25 22 22 or contact us online and we’ll be happy to help you.
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Bone Cancer Negligence Specialists at Turner White Solicitors are armed with comprehensive knowledge about misdiagnosed bone (sarcoma) cancer claims cases and offer a free and confidential consultation to those who have suffered because of medical malpractice or mistreatment. We can also visit you at your home or hospital if you cannot visit our office. Our team of best cancer negligence solicitors are made up of leading lawyers in all areas of oncology practice, with a proven record of accomplishment of success in their specialist areas./span>
Cancer Compensation Claims
Being diagnosed with cancer is a terrifying and overwhelming experience for you and your loved ones. As a result, you decide to place your complete trust in medical professionals to discharge their duties in the professional manner for which they are trained. Nevertheless, occasionally mistakes are made, diagnosis is delayed or botched, whcih can have a devestating physical, emotional and financial impact on the patient's life. Some delay in cancer diagnosis may lead to misdiagnosis and mistreatment, which can be fatal. Additionally, you may miss the critical period of time when the cancer could possibly be treated.
Cancer misdiagnosis may lead a non-cancerous patient to endure cancer treatment, which can have a distressing psychological effect on the individual on his/her family. Unnecessary cancer treatment such as chemotherapy adn radiotherapy may also create serious health complications for the patient, which may amount to cancer misdiagnosis compensation claims.
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer and suspect that the diagnosis could be wrong or treatment was delayed or was wrong, you may be entitiled to cancer negligence compensation claim. At Turner White Solicitors, our cancer medical negligence claims solicitors have the necessary knowledge and skill to handle the case with utmost compassion.
Common Causes of Cancer Negligence<...
Some of the common causes for late or misdiagnosed cancer claims, which our cancer negligence solicitors have witnessed while dealing with cancer negligence claims:
- Failure to suggest additional tests
- Incorrect follow up on test results
- Failure to diagnose a malignant tumor
- Identifying a benign tumour as malignant
- Delayed referral to a qualified cancer specialist
- Inaccurate analysis of the cancer's stage or location
- Disregarding patients complaints and informed symptoms
- Failure to conduct correct tests or observe symptoms during physical examination
Our team of leading cancer negligence solicitors can help you in your cancer negligence claims for all the aforementioned reasons or any other reason which has caused your medical injury equivalent to such a claim.
Types of Misdiagnosed Cancer Claims
- Lung Cancer
- Bowel Cancer
- Ovarian Cancer
- Breast Cancer
- Cervical Cancer
- Prostate Cancer
- Bone Cancer
If in any case your medical consultant have misdiagnosed you for any other type of cancer, which is not listed above, please feel free to contact our cancer medical negligence claims solicitors for a confidential, free consultation.
Why Should I Make A Claim?
Making a cancer compensation claim following a delayed or misdiagnosed cancer treatment is a significant step for various reasons. If you or a loved one is suffering due to misdiagnosis or mistreatment, you should claim compensation and get back what you deserve. Your cancer negligence calim can provide you with the finances that can cover your medical expenses for future diagnosis and treatments. If you lost time off work due to the diagnosis or treatment which was not carried out properly then you should claim to regain any income lost and compensate for your time, which could have been spent in a much more productive manner.
Moreover, executing a claim will also mean that medical services will review their process of cancer treatments and possibly improve it in the future which can significantly decrease the amount of cancer negligence cases in the future, helping to create a much more efficient healthcare system. On a larger scale, this means that, potentially, a lot of lives can be saved.
When Can I Make A Claim?
In most cases, you have 3 years from the date of the incident or the date you first became aware to make a claim. For certain cases, this time period is extended. It is, however, recommended to make the claim as soon as possible whilst the incident is still fresh in your mind so that it is easier for you to gather sufficient and significant evidence to prove that you should recieve compensation.
How Much Compensation Will I Recieve?
The amount of cacner negligence compensation awarded in this type of cases depends on a number of different aspects. These aspects depend on the severity of the injury caused, combined with any financial losses, the effect the damage has had on your life, outside work, and whether medical injuy was caused due to negligence will require further treatment and care in the future.
For a free consultation about a cancer negligence compensation claim, call our No Win No Fee cancer negligence solicitors on Freephone 01772 25 22 22 or start your claim online and we will call you.
When you contact us, you don't have to start your cancer compensation claim immediately. So, if you're unsure whether you're ready to step on the first stages of your compensation claim, or whether your delayed treatment or misdiagnosis was a medical professional's fault, Turner White Solicitors can provide you the guidance and information, which you need to establish your claim and we ensure you that we will not force you to start a claim.