A hospital, medical doctor or physician’s failure to properly diagnose an illness such as diabetes, cancer, infections, stroke, heart attacks (and cardiovascular events)can lead to serious complications. In some instances wrongful death can be the result of an inaccurate diagnosis or delayed diagnosis. In such cases, an extensive review of the medical records may determine whether poor clinical judgment, a lab error, or staff communication or doctor error played a role in a delay or failure to diagnose and treat the condition appropriately. If you have suffered illness, injury or have lost a loved one due to medical misdiagnosis please contact our team of medical malpractice lawyers handling medical misdiagnosis lawsuits.
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A medical negligence claim involving failure to diagnose or delayed diagnosis can be incredibly complex. A full investigation of the medical records and the treatment timeline of the disease are required to determine exactly when a prudent physician exercising reasonable care should have diagnosed a disease or recognized enough symptoms to refer the patient to a specialist. This analysis requires more than just legal knowledge. It requires a network of professional medical consultants and investigators who know how to build a strong case for your claim. Our medical misdiagnosis attorneys have the experience and resources needed to handle your case. If your medical treatment was delayed or improper, you may have a legitimate claim against your healthcare provider for failure to diagnose Please contact our medical misdiagnosis attorneys to schedule a no-cost case examination. We take physician mistakes seriously. No fees if we do not obtain benefits and financial compensation for you.
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