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Bridge McFarland LLP can offer you practical, uncomplicated advice, support & guidance when you need it most. Whether it be an employment dispute, family advice, an accident or negligence, life planning or moving house, let us help you.
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Our commercial team in Lincoln, Hull, Market Rasen and Grimsby prides itself on its sound business sense, commercial insight, local knowledge and first class understanding of the relevant legal disciplines ranging from employment law, business contracts, dispute resolution to agriculture and property development. From company formation to sale, succession, dissolution or dispute resolution, you can trust our team to deliver first class service and results.
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Late/Misdiagnosed Cancer Claim

Often when opportunities for diagnosis are missed and the condition has developed to a more advanced stage, the delay will have made a difference to the outcome. Sometimes the effect is extremely serious.

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“Despite a delay between my appointing your company to act for me and the sale of my property and purchase of my next property (due to slow sales market) your services were extremely professional at all times. I could not have asked for better. Thank you to Miss Langley and her staff.”
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If you have suffered from a misdiagnosis of cancer or you diagnosis was delayed then our specialist solicitors can help you.

Receiving a diagnosis that you, a family member or a friend has cancer is devastating. It is understandably a very difficult time and it is important to have support from friends and family. When a person is diagnosed with cancer, their clinician will tell them at what stage their cancer has reached. Often when opportunities for diagnosis are missed and the condition has developed to a more advanced stage, the delay will have made a difference to the outcome. Sometimes the effect is extremely serious.

Our specialist Medical Negligence Solicitors have won compensation for many people who had a delayed diagnosis of cancer because their X-rays and scans were misinterpreted, tissue samples and smears were wrongly interpreted by pathologists, and because adequate investigation was not carried out.

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