Failure to Diagnose Attorneys in New Jersey
Call (732) 440-3089 if Your Doctor Failed to Diagnose an Injury or Illness
Medical professionals are trained to identify certain symptoms and signs patients are dealing with. While sometimes these symptoms can be more obscure or very general, other times they can very obviously indicate a certain medical issue is occurring.
Doctors should know when to order tests or other diagnostic methods to determine what a patient is struggling with. If they don’t take the proper steps, they could misdiagnose or even fail to diagnose a serious medical condition, like cancer.
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Misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose is a serious issue. Let Levinson Axelrod, P.A. help.
Did your Doctor Commit Malpractice?
Doctors can make mistakes. Those mistakes are not always considered to be medical malpractice, however. That makes it very important for you to work with a qualified attorney who can help you identify incidents of medical malpractice and hold the appropriate parties accountable.
The following incidents may indicate malpractice occurred:
- Your doctor doesn’t ask about your medical history.
- Your doctor doesn’t try to identify risk factors for a condition.
- Your doctor failures to order any tests for your suspected condition.
- Your doctor orders the wrong tests or screenings for your symptoms.
- Your doctor doesn’t recognize obvious symptoms.
- Your doctor misinterprets your test results.
Remember, medical malpractice could occur at any level, so a lab providing the doctor incorrect test results could also be malpractice on their part. Also, you must have suffered harm, such as a worsened condition, or injuries due to the failure to diagnose for it to be considered actual medical malpractice.
You Deserve Just Compensation. Call Now!
Damages caused by a failure to diagnose or an incorrect diagnosis can be serious. Your condition could be untreatable now or your medical bills stacked up due to continued tests and confusion over your symptoms. Whatever the case, you need to let our failure to diagnose attorneys in New Jersey review the details of your claim. We can help you determine the next best step for your legal matter.
Call us at (732) 440-3089 or complete a free case evaluation online.