When we have been hurt or have gotten ill, such as in an accident for example, the best thing is to be able to recover as quickly as we can. If you are not able to get a proper diagnosis quickly, however, this can drastically slow down the recovery process, especially if your injury or illness needs further medical attention. Granted, some illnesses can be difficult to diagnose, but sometimes it may well be your doctor that is slowing or preventing your diagnosis; either through sheer negligence or because of misdiagnosing the illness in the first place.
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If you think that your doctor has been negligent in any way, and has ‘allowed’ your illness to become worse, then you may be able to make a personal injury claim against them for medical negligence. This is where local no win no fee* lawyers in Risca may come in handy.
Because local no win no fee* lawyers in Risca may not have the specialist knowledge, or experience, to handle cases like these, you may be better off contacting Accident Advice Helpline.
You can reach us very easily, on our free to call number at the top of this screen to discuss your medical negligence claim with highly trained team and find out whether or not you have a strong case for compensation. The personal injury lawyer, that will be assigned to your case, will take on your case entirely – meaning that you probably will never have to attend court, and all of the paperwork will be dealt with for you.
Symptoms can present themselves as being unimportant
Quiet often, a common illness will present its symptoms in an atypical way, which has the effect of throwing doctors off the scent and making it more difficult to give a diagnosis. This is why it is very important for you to mention every symptom you are experiencing, even those ones which may not seem quite as important, or relevant, as others.Open Claim Calculator
You may be suffering with more than one illness
If you have come down with more than one illness, and your doctor is trying to diagnose you with just one, then it is possible that you may not be able to get a diagnosis for either of them. Again, just describing all of the symptoms you are having, regardless of how significant, or not, your think it is can help you doctor to realise what it is they are actually dealing with.
For more information call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.