Have you had NHS breast screening problems?
If you have been the victim of NHS breast screening problems, we may be able to help you. That’s for victims of last year’s scandal, and for those who have had issues generally.
Breast cancer screening is so, so important. It can be the difference between life and death in some cases. That’s why the huge NHS breast screening problems from last year’s IT glitch was so serious. And that’s why we have launched legal action for victims of the issue that have placed their claim with us.
If you have had problems and ended up suffering as a result, you may be entitled to make a claim for medical negligence compensation.
Were you a victim of the 2018 NHS breast screening problems?
We’ve already launched legal action for the 2018 NHS breast screening problems that came to light. This is where some half a million women aged between 68 and 71 didn’t receive their vital invitation for screening. An IT glitch resulted in letters not going out, and it was estimated that hundreds of women may have died as a result of the glitch.
If you were affected by that issue specifically, we’re already running legal action and we may be able to help you too. However, there can be a number of complicated deadlines to start a claim in medical cases like this. Our advice is to always get in touch with us as soon you possibly can to avoid missing out!
General NHS breast screening problems
If you have suffered any form of NHS breast screening problems, we may be able to help you. Examples of where you may have a case can include:
- Not being invited for screening at all when you should have done;
- Not receiving screening or testing when a problem has presented;
- Being given the incorrect diagnosis;
- Not receiving follow-up care and treatment.
These are just some of the examples where we may be able to help you. We recommend that you get in touch with our team for free, no-obligation advice to see if we can assist. If we can, we can offer No Win, No Fee representation for cases that we accept.
IMPORTANT: advice on this page is intended to be up-to-date for the 'first published date'.
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