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Failure To Diagnose

Oak Creek Lawyers For Failure To Diagnose

Why do we get checkups? To learn whether we have a problem in need of attention. When a doctor or other diagnostician fails to identify when a serious problem is present, great harm is done to the patient. In cases of progressive conditions, failure to diagnose in a timely manner can dramatically shorten the patient’s life.

Statistics on misdiagnosis and failure to treat in a timely fashion are hard to pin down. Some conditions resolve on their own. Often, patients move away, or change doctors or they die. But no one denies these are the most common reasons malpractice suits are filed.

At Martin Law Office, S.C., in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, we have represented scores of people who have been misdiagnosed with such time-sensitive malignant conditions as lung cancer, breast cancer, cervical cancer, pancreatic cancer, testicular cancer and ovarian cancer.

In addition we obtain compensation for patients who were misdiagnosed or diagnosed only afterward for diabetes, tuberculosis, heart attack, stroke, appendicitis, meningitis and other acute problems.

Delayed Diagnosis | Failure To Diagnose | Failure To Treat

In our practice we work with analytical experts and economists to put a dollar figure on the cost of failure to diagnose in your case or in your deceased loved one’s case. These numbers are small consolation in the loss of a loved one. But we work hard to deliver maximum compensation for medical bills, time lost from work, and the support and affection that you can no longer draw upon.

Contact a concerned attorney in Wisconsin

IMartin Law Office, S.C. accepts cases on a contingency basis, so there’s never any upfront cost to our clients. To schedule a free consultation, call us at 414-856-4010 or contact us.





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