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At Stephensons, we know how life-changing a diagnosis of diabetes can be for both you and your family. Sometimes medical professionals may fail to identify the symptoms of diabetes which can lead to a delay in diagnosis. Delays in the diagnosis of diabetes can have adverse effects on your health, as the condition going undiagnosed means it will also go untreated.
A delay in diagnosing the early symptoms of diabetes, or a misdiagnosis of these symptoms, can lead to unnecessary complications. It is your doctors duty to provide you with the medical care you need, so if you believe that there has been a delay in your diabetes diagnosis that has led to further complications, it is crucial that you seek legal advice to get an explanation, an apology and financial help to manage the condition and deal with the impact it has on you.
Our expert clinical negligence solicitors understand how hard it can be to come to terms with a diagnosis of diabetes. Our specialist team is on-hand to provide genuine support and guidance as well as expert legal advice throughout the course of your diabetes compensation claim.