Compensation For Misdiagnosis Or Delayed Treatment Of Serious Conditions
Failure to diagnose is one of the most common forms of medical malpractice, with devastating consequences. A dire condition becomes a fatality. A delayed diagnosis of cancer deprives the patient of a possible cure. A wrong diagnosis leads to unnecessary surgery or radiation therapy.
If doctors and hospital staff missed an opportunity to diagnose a serious medical condition, the law firm of Friedman Sanchez, LLP, will aggressively pursue compensation for the resulting disabilities or wrongful death. We have handled medical malpractice cases for more than 20 years in New York City, Long Island and statewide.
Do you suspect malpractice? Call 347-934-9216 to put our lawyers on the case. Free consultations.
Holding Medical Professionals Accountable For Diagnosis Errors
There may be multiple people in the chain who share responsibility, from general practitioners, ER doctors, radiologists, lab technicians and nurses who missed the signs to hospital administrators who ordered the discharge of a distressed and undiagnosed patient.
Our attorneys are skilled at reading between the lines in the medical records to identify the liable parties and the negligence:
- Failure to diagnose heart attack, internal bleeding, blood clots, sepsis and other life-threatening conditions
- Failure to diagnose bone fractures or ligament damage
- Failure to diagnose cancer or other grave illness
- Parking a patient in a waiting room or hallway who needed urgent intervention
We have a long record of medical malpractice verdicts and settlements, including a $1.1 million wrongful death recovery for failure to diagnose an arterial occlusion that led to a fatal cardiac arrhythmia.
Find Out How We Can Help
Our firm advocates for victims and families, working to portray not only the financial hardships but also the physical and emotional suffering. Call our Brooklyn law office at 347-934-9216 to arrange a free consultation, or contact us online. We serve the NYC metropolitan area, including many Hispanic clients injured through the negligence of doctors.
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