For more than 40 years, the lawyers at Goldberg & Schulkin Law Offices, P.C. have been working with people just like you. Our legal staff has the experience and resources to help you find a legal remedy for your health problem.
Common medical misdiagnosis injuries
Millions of people are misdiagnosed every year, according to numerous studies. So why is this problem so widespread? Some of the problem can be attributed to a fragmented medical system or simple human errors. Data from tests performed at one facility may not be accurately conveyed to doctors at another facility.
Other times, misdiagnosis errors occur because doctors make up their minds about a patient's condition without gathering enough evidence or running adequate tests. In either case, a wrong or missing diagnosis often leads to the failure to treat serious medical conditions.
Common injuries or illnesses that are misdiagnosed include:
- Concussion or head injury misdiagnosis
- Cancer misdiagnosis
- Broken bone not diagnosed
- Lyme disease misdiagnosis
Whatever type of misdiagnosis injury or illness you're dealing with, no matter how straightforward or complicated it might seem, contact our law firm as soon as possible to discuss your case with an attorney at our law firm.
Count on us when it matters most
The biggest obstacle people face in misdiagnosis cases often involves doctors, nurses and other medical professionals who refuse to admit they did anything wrong. Their refusal to admit negligence or malpractice can have a significant impact on your case. That's because many insurance companies use such evidence as a reason to reduce or outright deny your injury claim.
That's not right. That's why we take such cases so seriously at our law firm. We believe medical professionals should be held accountable for their actions. And just as important, you should not have to pay for their mistakes.
The financial impact of a misdiagnosis case can add up to thousands or even millions of dollars. As your attorney, we will demand maximum compensation for you and your family. And if the party responsible for compensating you refuses to negotiate, we're prepared to take them to court on your behalf.
Count on us when it matters most. Schedule your free case evaluation today.