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Negligent Inoculation and Blood Testing Claims

If you have received a negligent blood test or inoculation then you may be able to claim compensation for the stress and worry and any infection that you may have suffered.

The most common failing of doctors and health authorities when it come to such procedures is the multiple use of single use needles when obtaining blood samples, providing inoculations or testing for diabetes etc.

While the risk is low there is always a chance that such negligence can lead to the cross contamination of such blood borne viruses (BBV) such as Hepatitis A, B and HIV. You can claim for the stress and worry caused by the negligent action even if there has been no actual infection.

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Such incidents rarely happen in isolation and it is not uncommon for the same mistake to have been made on multiple occasions, whereby you may not find out about the matter until months if not years after the event occurred.

You have three years from the date you knew of the mistake to make your claim and not from the date of the blood test/inoculation.

We have the expertise and experience to deal with such claims and are able to deal with them on a No Win-No Fee basis, so if for any reason your claim fails you will not be charged for the work we have done on your behalf.

To find out how we can help you claim the compensation that you deserve get in touch with us today:

  • Call: 0113 224 7804 (24 hours)
  • Email: enquiry@cohencramerpi.co.uk
  • Pop your contact details in the box at the bottom of the page and we will get straight back to you

Please be assure that the chances of any form of infection are very low however if you receive any notification that you have been subject to a negligent inoculation we would recommend that you undertake any follow up blood tests that your doctor or health authority may suggest. This is not only for your own peace of mind but also such will be used to support any claim for compensation that you may wish to bring.

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