Misdiagnosis or Failure to Diagnose
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Vigorous Legal Representation For Victims Of Misdiagnosis
Successful and effective medical care depends on the timely and accurate diagnosis of whatever condition is afflicting a patient. Diagnosis is the first stage of care. Any failure at that level leaves the actual condition untreated and can leave the patient at risk for a worsening of his or her condition or even death.
Consequences Of An Ohio Doctor’s Failure To Diagnose Or Misdiagnosis
Some of the common medical conditions that are most susceptible to the amplifying effect of a failure to diagnose or a misdiagnosis include:
- Cancer (breast cancer, melanoma, ovarian cancer)
- Stroke (hemorrhagic, ischemic)
- Heart attack
- Deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
Misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose can occur in a wide range of situations. Not recognizing cancer or a heart attack can cause a patient to suffer more severe injuries. During treatment of a stroke, the timing and amount of the drug tissue plasminogen activator (TPA) that is used can have a dramatic effect on the patient’s health.
Fighting For The Rights Of The Injured Since 1968
Since 1968, our Columbus attorneys at Lamkin, Van Eman, Trimble & Dougherty, LLC, have been helping injured individuals recover for unnecessary medical mistakes.
With many decades of combined experience, we are all skilled trial lawyers who have the depth of knowledge necessary to build a highly effective case that can get you the compensation you deserve.
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When you or a loved one has been injured because a doctor failed to properly or timely diagnose a medical condition, we can help.
Call 614-224-8187 or simply contact us online. We collect attorneys’ fees only if we recover compensation for you.
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We have built a reputation during our 50 years of helping clients in Columbus, Ohio, with legal matters. Let us continue to build that reputation with the help we provide to you.
Call 614-224-8187 today. Or if you have questions, send us an email. We collect attorneys’ fees only if we recover compensation for you.