Your Advocate After Medical Misdiagnosis Or A Failure To Diagnose
When you trust your health to a medical professional, the stakes are high. A mistake could cost you your long-term health and even result in a disability. Unfortunately, doctors, nurses and other medical professionals do make mistakes. When that happens, our legal team is here to be your advocate. We’ve represented clients in a wide variety of cases, including misdiagnosis of a fever or other symptoms, failure to diagnose a serious illness such as cancer and many other situations.
If a medical professional has improperly diagnosed you or failed to diagnose your illness, which has led to serious medical issues, we can fight for you. We will help you get compensation to cover your medical expenses, necessary home modifications, lost time at work, pain and suffering, and more.
We Thoroughly Research Your Case
Proving that a medical professional is liable for your misdiagnosis can be difficult, so it’s important to work with an experienced attorney who knows how to build a successful case. We will work hard to prove that:
- The medical professional owed you a duty of care, meaning that they were assigned to care for you as your medical expert
- The medical professional was negligent during some part of your treatment
- The negligence caused further injury to you
- The injury resulted in physical pain, mental pain, a disability or other measurable damages
When the legal team at handles your case, we start by discussing your situation with you. Then, we do a thorough investigation into your circumstances to determine how and why the misdiagnosis happened. If a doctor or nurse failed to ask you appropriate questions, didn’t administer the correct tests, or failed to give the same care another medical professional with equivalent knowledge or experience would have done, you may have a negligence claim.
Trust An Experienced Attorney With Your Case
A medical misdiagnosis is a serious issue that could change your life forever, so trust your case to a firm that understands what’s at stake. Call our office at or send us an email today to learn more about how we can help you.