In the developed world as many as 1 in 3 people will develop a form of cancer at some point in their lives and this disease remains one of the greatest causes of mortality.  However, some dramatic improvements have been made over the past decade in the treatment of many forms of cancer which have resulted in a significant improvement for patient outcomes.  A key factor is early diagnosis which, when made, can result in proper and adequate treatment, a better prognosis and an extension of life expectancy.

Failure to diagnose cancer can involve simple oversights, such as failure to analyse abnormal blood tests, failure to perform ultrasounds or scans or failure to refer for biopsy.  Alternatively, the negligence can involve poorly performed surgery, medication errors and improperly prescribed chemotherapy or radiotherapy treatment resulting in adverse effects.

24 October 2014

    Dear Joice… you are and have been very professional, sympathetic and dignified in all of your dealings with us and I put that down to one simple fact. You listened.

    James, Medical Negligence Client

    Neil is an absolute gentleman to deal with – kind, tactful and very efficient. We could not praise him highly enough. He brought us through a horrible time.

    Sean, Medical Negligence Client

    Many thanks again for a job well done. We really appreciate all your hard work and practical advice.

    Corporate client in a commercial litigation matter

    Dear Jamie, You and your team in ACL were so professional, diligent and prompt. I have recommended you and the firm, and will continue to do so.

    Lorraine McCarthy

    Gus Cullen and the firm’s approach to addressing the key issues was professional, yet personal, efficient yet attentive.


    The process is a difficult one and when you deal with people who are so professional and yet genuine/real people, it makes it so much easier... so thanks a million.


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