What To Do If Your Doctor Failed To Diagnose You Or A Loved One
If you or a family member has been diagnosed with a later stage illness or you have lost a family member to a disease such as cancer, you may be wondering if the doctors could have caught it earlier and prevented your loss. Many people have illnesses misdiagnosed or not diagnosed at all. If you believe this may be the case, it is important to speak to a skilled medical malpractice attorney.
We represent individuals and families, pursuing personal injury and wrongful death claims stemming from issues such as:
- Failure to diagnose cancers
- Improperly run tests
- Failure to recognize the urgency of medical issues
- Improperly provided diagnostic medications
At Slater & Norris, P.L.C., we have over 55 years of experience with these types of cases. This firm focuses on personal injury, so you know a knowledgeable attorney is there to guide you.
What Happens When Doctors Act Negligently?
You could be at risk. Sometimes, doctors fail to provide the quality care you are entitled to and may neglect to divulge critical information that you need about your health. If your doctor failed to disclose valuable information about your health that caused you harm, such as pain, high medical bills, loss of earning capability or loss of ability to enjoy life, you are entitled to compensation.
We Can Get You The Compensation You Deserve
You can rely on us to fight aggressively for the full compensation you deserve to help you cover medical costs, pain and suffering, and future medical expenses. To discuss the specifics of your potential claim with an experienced West Des Moines and central Des Moines failure to diagnose lawyer, contact us today.
Our firm is dedicated and diligent. We will work hard to ensure you get personal service and commitment to your case. Schedule your free consultation today to get more information about a failure to diagnose. Send us a message or call 866-412-5937.