Failure To Diagnose Serious Illnesses And Injuries
Serious illnesses are always tragic, but when you look back and see that an illness could have been prevented, it is catastrophic. When a doctor fails to diagnose a serious injury or illness, it can result in terrible heartbreak for the victim and his or her family. In most misdiagnosis cases, the doctor can be held liable for the damages that result. However, obtaining adequate compensation can be a difficult task. It is important to work with an experienced team of Annapolis misdiagnosis attorneys to represent your interests and help you obtain the compensation you deserve.
At Joel L. Katz, L.L.C., we represent clients and their families in Maryland. We have been helping injured clients since the 1960s. In that time, we have earned a reputation for providing aggressive representation and personalized service. We understand the difficulties you are facing, and we will help you through every step of the legal process as we fight to obtain compensation for you.
For most serious illnesses and diseases, it is essential to detect the warning signs as early as possible. Failure to do so results in a missed opportunity to slow the progression of the disease and can lead to other diseases and complications. A doctor who fails to diagnose serious illnesses can be held liable for the results.
We represent clients who have suffered from their doctors’ misdiagnoses of:
- Heart conditions
- Childhood diseases
- Brain damage
- Whooping cough
We use our extensive knowledge and experience, and we are connected with a network of forensic and medical specialists to help determine whether there was a misdiagnosis. If so, we will provide you with aggressive representation.
Contact Our Centreville Lawyers For Failure To Diagnose Cases
We offer 24-hour availability, so you can call us when you need us, and we will come to your home or hospital if you are unable to make it into our office. To schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced lawyer from our firm, call 410-841-5333 or 301-261-8858 (800-966-5333 toll free) or contact us online.