Failure to Diagnose
Today’s technology allows medical professionals to thoroughly address a patient’s concerns through extensive testing. Tests can reveal a wide variety of medical problems, such as cancer, if they exist in the patient. However, if the tests are not done or a doctor fails to properly investigate a patient’s symptoms or concerns, or improperly interpret test results, a diagnosis may be missed.
Our lawyers at Koskoff Koskoff & Bieder PC, have extensive experience handling all types of medical malpractice cases, including failure to diagnose serious medical conditions. We are a firm that prides itself on dedication to clients, working closely with them to ensure their needs are being met while seeking compensation for the losses they have suffered. We have won millions of dollars in financial compensation for people who have been harmed by medical malpractice in Connecticut. Contact us today for more information about how we handle failure to diagnose and other medical malpractice cases.
Failure to diagnose cancer, heart attack, stroke, or other conditions can lead to permanent disabilities, further complications and even death. Failure to diagnose can occur for many conditions, such as:
- Cancer (breast, colon, prostate, cervical and others)
- Stroke or headaches
- Heart attack
- Flu or flu-like symptoms
- Pregnancy issues (such as preeclampsia and fetal distress)
Misdiagnosis and Delayed Diagnosis
A misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis case may become a failure to diagnose case, or vice versa. These cases are closely related and until thorough investigation is done, including the gathering of all medical records, it may be difficult to determine what type of case you have. Our firm handles misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis cases, as well as failure to diagnose, and can help you understand the differences and the terminology that may be used in reference to your specific situation.
Contact a Connecticut Failure to Diagnose Attorney Now
Our firm is committed to helping clients understand their rights in failure to diagnose and other medical and professional malpractice cases. If you have questions or concerns, please contact our law firm to schedule an appointment with a knowledgeable lawyer. The initial consultation is free of cost and obligation. Our personal injury medical malpractice lawyers represent clients throughout the state.