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Failure to Diagnose Cancer and Dangerous Medical Conditions
Did your doctor fail to diagnose a dangerous medical condition? Untimely diagnosis of serious disease often prevents patients from accessing indicated medical treatments past the point of effectiveness. Meanwhile, the disease process continues to damage the body. Some types of medical conditions (such as cancer) are treatable when caught within a reasonable period of time, but otherwise may be fatal. If diagnosis and treatment for cancer or another serious illness/disease/injury was delayed due to your doctor or health care team’s negligence, let us know.
- Breast Cancer
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Heart Attack
- Allergic Reactions
- Lyme Disease Systemic Cancer
Misdiagnosis of Cancer and Disease
Were you or a loved one diagnosed with cancer? Were you told you have a disease or medical condition that you do not actually have? Were you prescribed the wrong medications or unnecessary medical treatments? When a doctor negligently orders the wrong tests, imaging, or diagnostics, the results are misinterpreted, or the body is damaged from drugs that should have never been prescribed, the negligent doctor can be held accountable. In cases involving extreme treatments such as radiation, chemotherapy, or amputation, the effects can be devastating. To get justice for the injuries you suffered or a loved one’s wrongful death due to a medical misdiagnosis, do not wait to seek justice. Call Angotti & Straface Attorneys at Law today for your free case evaluation: (304) 292-4381.
Multiple Liable Parties in Medical Misdiagnosis Claims
Although the primary doctor handling your treatment is typically the individual found at-fault for a medical diagnosis error, in some cases nurses, specialists, laboratory technicians, and other responsible parties may also be held accountable depending on the specific facts of your case. At Angotti & Straface Attorneys at Law, we hold all liable parties accountable for causing serious injuries and wrongful death to our clients and their family members. Because each at-fault party can be held responsible for the entirety of the settlement or judgement amount for your claim when his contribution to the negligent injury exceeds 25%, your damages may be calculated at a significantly higher rate than you may have imagined.
Financial Compensation for Medical Misdiagnosis, Failure to Diagnose, and Wrongful Death in WV
Failure to diagnose and misdiagnosis are types of medical malpractice. You may be eligible to receive significant financial compensation for your unnecessary, preventable injuries, pain, and suffering. If you have lost a loved one due to medical negligence in West Virginia, our accomplished attorneys can help provide the security you need during the grieving process and as you move forward one day at a time. We work closely with reputable medical experts to obtain testimony, expose negligence through a thorough review of your medical chart and notes, diagnostic tests, staffing logs, images, and other applicable evidence. To request a free consultation to discuss your claim, contact Angotti & Straface Attorneys at Law. Call now so we can begin preparing the strongest possible case on your behalf: (304) 292-4381.
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