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Can a cancer misdiagnosis compensation claim be made after death? 

Unfortunately, with medical negligence cases involving serious and terminal illnesses, it is not uncommon for a claimant to die during the course of pursuing their claim, or for family members to have to make a claim for medical negligence on behalf of someone who has already died. 
 
Both of these situations can be incredibly sensitive and emotional for everybody involved, and our expert medical negligence solicitors specialising in cancer misdiagnosis will work sensitively with those involved to quickly establish whether or not a claim can be made. 
 
After this, your designated solicitor will take care of everything for you, allowing you to spend your time remembering your loved one and rebuilding your life without them. Your solicitor will be only a phone call away throughout the entire process, and will be on hand to answer any questions, or discuss any worries that you may have, as well as keeping you regularly updated on the case. 
 
For a full overview of making a medical negligence claim after a loved one has died, click here. 
 
 
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