Medical misdiagnosis can occur in three ways. The first is when an illness or condition goes completely undiagnosed by a medical expert, and the second is when the wrong diagnosis is made, and therefore the wrong treatment is given. The third is a late diagnosis.
To pursue medical misdiagnosis compensation, a person must be able to show that the care they received, or a lack of care, led to them developing further complications. For example, you may have suffered a fracture that was undetected on an x-ray. If you experience increased pain or suffering, you may be entitled to make a misdiagnosis claim.