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Medical misdiagnosis – is there a claim?

By Jonathan Jackson – Associate Director. Published 3 May 2018.

This week’s headlines have been dominated by a news story regarding potential medical misdiagnosis by a single Neurology consultant based at the Belfast Health Trust. The news reports have estimated that up to 2500 patients under the consultant’s care could be affected.

As a result, the Trust are now recalling all patients to assess their condition and treatment. This is undoubtedly a very anxious time for many patients affected. In the event of misdiagnosis, a patient may have a claim against the Health Trust.

Possible clinical negligence is often a highly emotive subject; after all our health is of utmost importance. We therefore understand that the decision to seek legal advice in relation to this is not one that is taken lightly.

At MKB Law, we offer a specialist service in advising clients in respect of personal injuries and suffering, including those which may have been sustained as a result of medical negligence. All information will be treated in the strictest confidence, and our team will endeavour to put you at ease throughout the process.

The Solicitors in our Claims department are adept at evaluating the evidence, engaging expert opinion where required, and providing practical and cost efficient advice. When necessary, our team has significant experience in prosecuting court actions to ensure proper redress for clients.

If you have been affected by any of the issues listed in this article, please contact our medical negligence solicitor Jonathan Jackson or his secretary Kristine Graham on 028 9024 2450 or via email: jj@mkblaw.co.uk / kg@mkblaw.co.uk

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