Failure to Diagnose an Illness
Medical Malpractice Lawsuits in St. Louis
"Failure to diagnose" refers to a specific form of medical error. If a doctor does not identify a patient's symptoms correctly, he / she could allow the illness to progress, leading to serious medical complications - even death. If you suffered illness or the loss of a loved one because a doctor failed to make the correct diagnosis, contact our St. Louis medical malpractice lawyers today. We have more than 50 years of aggregate experience in the legal field. Today, we are ready to use this knowledge to help you get the settlement that you need and deserve.
Types of Failure to Diagnose
Failure to diagnose is a common medical error. This includes breast cancer, skin cancer, colon cancer, cervical cancer, stomach cancer, lung cancer, and more. Cancer is treatable, but only when doctors begin treatment at an early stage in the development of the disease. Failing to timely diagnose cancer can easily lead to severe illness, costly treatment, and fatality.
Other forms of failure to diagnose include:
- Stroke & heart attack
- Blood clots
- Infant asphyxia (a birth injury)
- Serious infections
Failure to diagnose is medical negligence. At Walther/Zwibelman Law Associates, we understand the devastating consequences of a diagnosis error. That's why our attorneys are committed to helping victims of medical malpractice and their families recover full financial compensation for their suffering.
We Fight for the Money You Deserve
When you work with Walther/Zwibelman Law Associates, you can have confidence that a partner will be by your side through every step of the case. We never pass our cases down to a staff member. This means that you stand the best chance of a favorable case outcome. To learn more about your legal options with our St. Louis medical malpractice lawyers, call our office now and ask for your free legal consultation.