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Screening Negligence Claims
Screening negligence can result in patients suffering with potentially serious medical conditions that could have been treated more successfully if they had been detected earlier. As such, many who find themselves in this position choose to claim for compensation.
Medical screening failures that lead to negative health consequences can be extremely distressing, which is why the expert solicitors at JMW work so hard to make the claims process as stress-free as possible. We have extensive experience of dealing with cases like this and a strong track record of delivering positive outcomes for claimants.
Call us for free today on 0800 054 6512 to find out more about how we can help you successfully pursue a screening negligence claim. Alternatively, you can complete our online enquiry form and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Screening processes are essential in modern medical practice, with processes such as mammograms, cervical smears and breast cancer screening used to predict future medical problems and get them treated at the earliest opportunity. However, mistakes can happen and failure to identify an ailment can have serious consequences.
There are various mistakes made during screening processes that can lead to medical negligence claims. These include:
- screening results being lost
- people not being adequately referred for screening
- patients being given the all-clear for an illness they later suffer from
- misread or misinterpreted results, leading to an illness not being treated correctly
It is important that screening negligence claims are made so that people can receive the compensation to which they are entitled if something goes wrong and has a significant impact on their lives.
This money can make a huge difference if your or your family’s life has been affected by serious avoidable errors made by medical professionals, who should have the knowledge, skills and resources to perform their vital roles without making mistakes that can have far-reaching consequences.
Additionally, making claims such as this can help to identify any potential issues within the health system that need to be addressed, while also ensuring medical staff are held accountable for the errors they have made
JMW’s team of highly qualified solicitors are well positioned to help you make a make a successful claim following a negligent blood transfusion. We employ legal experts who are members of The Law Society's panel of medical negligence experts, and are known for the professional, sympathetic approach we take to every client.
By contacting us, you can discuss the details of your potential claim via a no-obligation initial discussion, during which we will help you determine the best way forward. If you choose to go ahead with your claim for compensation we will be with you every step of the way, providing legal advice and supporting and representing your interests.
The clinical negligence team at JMW includes members of both the Law Society's specialist panel for clinical negligence and the Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA) solicitors panel. Headed by Eddie Jones, the team is among the most respected in the UK.