File a Lawsuit for Medical Misdiagnosis
We've Recovered Hundreds of Millions of Dollars for Our Clients
Medical misdiagnosis (or failing to make a diagnosis at all) can lead to devastating illness, injury, and even death. We believe that negligent doctors should be held responsible for their mistakes. If you or someone you love suffered the consequences of an avoidable misdiagnosis, you deserve financial compensation for your fiscal and emotional damages.
You can seek compensation for:
- Medical bills
- Ongoing care
- Pain & suffering
- Other damages
If misdiagnosis is responsible for the death of someone you love, you can file a lawsuit on his or her behalf. This is called a "wrongful death" claim. With a wrongful death claim, you can recover compensation for medical expenses, noneconomic damages, and funerary costs. Learn more about your options with this kind of lawsuit when you contact our office and receive a free evaluation for your case.
Types of Misdiagnosis
You can seek compensation for many types of misdiagnosis. This includes cancer, heart attack, serious infections, pneumonia, appendicitis, pulmonary embolism, and aortic dissection. Cancer misdiagnosis is a common medical error, and can involve breast cancer, colorectal cancer, cervical cancer, prostate cancer, and more.
Get the Right Medical Malpractice Lawyer on Your Side
At Walther/Zwibelman Law Associates, we are familiar with virtually every type of medical malpractice case. Together, our team members have more than 50 years of legal experience. Let us put it to work for you.
More reasons to choose Walther/Zwibelman Law Associates:
- You Don't Pay Us Unless We Win
- Members of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum™
- AV Rated® by Martindale-Hubbell®
- Hundreds of Millions of Dollars in Successful Cases
- National Trial Lawyers' "Top 100 Trial Lawyers"
When you work with our firm, you work with a partner from start to finish. We'll never pass your case to a staff member. Call today to see how our St. Louis medical malpractice attorneys can help you.