A Doctor’s Misdiagnosis Can Result In Serious Complications
When your diagnosis is critical for treatment, you trust that your doctor will take the correct steps to ensure that you are properly diagnosed. To discover that you were misdiagnosed or that your doctor was negligent in diagnosing your condition, you may feel helpless or frustrated, particularly if your treatment has suffered or is now unavailable.
At The Lawrence Firm, PSC, we are experienced in complex litigation related to medical malpractice claims arising out of misdiagnoses. We have offices in Covington, Kentucky, and Cincinnati, Ohio, and we take all injury claims on contingency, so you will not have to pay attorney fees until we are successful in your case.
Consequences Of Misdiagnosis
Misdiagnosis can limit your ability to access treatment or recover and even lead to premature death.
Our attorneys will assist you in finding out what happened to lead to the misdiagnosis and in receiving compensation to aid in your recovery.
We are experienced with claims involving misdiagnosis of life-threatening conditions such as meningitis, cancer, bowel obstructions, sepsis, hemorrhage, infection, heart attacks and stroke, as well as delays in treatment and care that can be catastrophic or even fatal for victims of this type of medical malpractice.
The failure to diagnose a condition or the false characterization of an illness can lead to permanent injuries or death. If you or a loved one has suffered as the result of a misdiagnosis, our attorneys can assist you in asserting your rights. We are experienced in claims involving misdiagnoses and are dedicated to seeing our clients recover for pain and suffering, medical expenses, future care needs and wrongful death.
We will contact the necessary witnesses, collect medical documentation, consult with experts and meticulously prepare your case for trial. While we will strive for a significant settlement, we are not afraid to take your case to trial. Our attorneys are dedicated to seeing our clients compensated for the negligence that caused them harm.
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