A Failure To Make A Proper Diagnosis Can Have Tragic Consequences
When you experience symptoms such as pain or abnormal symptoms, and you visit your doctor to get help, you trust your doctor to determine the precise cause of the symptoms. When doctors or medical professionals either don’t take the time to listen to your complaints or don’t conduct the proper examination or tests to get to the bottom of your health concern, it can lead to a delay in diagnosis and treatment. Improper diagnosis or delayed diagnosis can lead to permanent and sometimes fatal patient outcomes. When a failure to make the proper diagnosis results in serious injury or death, there are legal pathways available for obtaining compensation.
At Martin Law, LLC, we represent individuals in the Chicago area as they seek justice for costly medical errors. Our Arlington Heights-based firm has an extensive background in taking on negligent medical professionals and organizations, and we are prepared to help you fight back as well.
Determining When An Error Has Occurred
When a misdiagnosis causes an injury or disease to worsen, it can be legally actionable. Some examples of how such a failure can occur include:
- Falsely concluding that a symptom is temporary
- Prematurely ruling out a potential diagnosis
- Misinterpreting or failing to administer a crucial medical test
The experienced medical malpractice lawyers at Martin Law, LLC, understand how a misdiagnosis can have serious, lasting and sometimes tragic results. We can help you understand whether you have a case, answer any questions you may have and guide you through the process toward recovery. Consult with the experienced attorneys at Martin Law, LLC, today to get the justice you deserve.
Take Action Today – Call Us Now
Once you discover that your provider missed a critical diagnosis, it is important to act quickly. The date of this discovery can affect the statute of limitations, which is the deadline for filing your lawsuit.
Do not let medical malpractice continue to sidetrack your life. Our law firm can help you seek the compensation you need to move forward with your life. Call our Arlington Heights office today at 847-956-0000 for a free consultation.