Understand Your Rights If You Were Misdiagnosed
One of the most common forms of medical malpractice is misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose a medical condition so that treatment can begin in a timely manner. This problem can occur in a wide variety of settings. A doctor may simply fail to perform the proper tests to determine the cause of a patient’s symptoms. It is also possible that a doctor performs the correct tests, but an error is made in the lab, or the test results are not properly analyzed. Some of the most severe instances of failure to diagnose occur in a post-operative setting. A doctor may fail to diagnose pulmonary embolism, abdominal perforation, hypertension or any number of other symptoms that could be prevented with immediate treatment.
At Jacobs & Dow, LLC, our New Haven misdiagnosis lawyers have the experience necessary to handle the most complicated medical malpractice cases such as those involving misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose. We build strong cases through thorough investigations, cases designed to get you the compensation you need. See our record of verdicts and settlements.
What Medical Condition Was Misdiagnosed?
Our attorneys can handle all cases involving misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose, including those involving:
- Misdiagnosis of cancer
- Misdiagnosis of glaucoma
- Misdiagnosis of stroke
- Misdiagnosis of Lyme disease
- Misdiagnosis of heart attack
Do not worry about finances. We handle all medical misdiagnosis cases on a contingency basis, so you do not have to pay any attorney fees until we get you the recovery you deserve.
Ask For A Free Consultation With A Misdiagnosis Lawyer: (203) 772-3100
From our offices in New Haven, we have been helping misdiagnosis victims across Connecticut for more than 60 years. Available during weekly business hours and Saturday mornings, as well as evenings and weekends by appointment. Contact us today to schedule your free initial consultation.