Compensation for a faulty MRI
MRI scans can play an important role in identifying potentially serious injuries and putting you straight back on the path to recovery. A very advanced form of x-ray they are perfect for identifying any problems that you may have going on inside your body and they are used commonly in the medical practice to help healthcare professionals identify and treat injuries.
Although the MRI procedure is fairly straightforward, there are potential problems which can occur as a result of mistakes being made in this process. If you feel that you have been the victim of a faulty MRI scan then you could consider a claim for compensation to cover any costs that you have incurred.
What is an MRI?
A Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan is generally used to give an in-depth look into the tissue, bone and organ structure to identify any potentially harmful cells or lumps which could be causing health issues, or that could cause health issues in the future. MRIs are commonly used in areas where general x-rays aren’t able to identify problems – such as when dealing with specific tissue problems – and they can be invaluable in this situation.
What are some potential problems which occur as the result of a faulty MRI?
Faulty MRIs can lead to a whole host of potential problems, some common situations where this could occur include:
· Errors made during the MRI procedure
· Failure to identify an illness through an MRI
· Failure to adequately perform an MRI scan
· The use of faulty MRI equipment
· A mix up of MRI scans as they are being processed.
How can Medical Compensation 4U help my claim?
If you feel that you have been the victim in a situation where you have been treated negligently, then you could look to make a claim for compensation to cover any costs that you have incurred. These costs could include a loss of income, or any additional medical costs that you have incurred through your injuries.
If you do find yourself in a situation where you need to make a compensation claim then contact the team at Medical Compensation 4U today!