If you need legal advice about NHS breast screening problems, we can help. We can take medical negligence cases forward on a No Win, No Fee basis.
There can be a number of ways in which you can end up suffering as a result of NHS breast screening problems. There was the huge 2018 breast cancer screening scandal that affected almost half a million women in the UK and may have led to hundreds of deaths. We’re actually already running a legal action for victims of that particular issue, so if you were affected by it, please get in touch.
We can also look into other breast screening claims as well for individual compensation claims.
Victims of the 2018 NHS breast screening problems scandal
If you were caught up in last year’s NHS breast screening problems, we should be able to help you. We’re already taking legal action over the IT glitch that led to hundreds of thousands of letters inviting women aged between 68 and 71 not being sent out. Had it not have been for the error, there may be some women who may still be alive today.
If you have suffered as a result of the 2018 NHS breast cancer screening scandal, or someone you know passed away, we may be able to assist you.
Have you suffered as a result of NHS breast screening problems generally?
If you or someone you know has suffered as a result of general NHS breast screening problems, there may be a legal cause of action.
Whether it’s an incorrect diagnosis, or perhaps a failure to treat or follow-up, or incorrect advice, we may be able to help. Medical negligence claims can be difficult and are often complicated to run. That’s why it’s usually best for specialist and experienced legal teams and solicitors to be involved in medical negligence cases. As our firm’s focus is on high-value and complicated cases, these kinds of claims are exactly what we focus on.
As a victim of NHS breast screening problems, you may be entitled to make a claim for personal injury compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis. You can speak to our team on 0800 634 75 75 for free, no-obligation advice.
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