Failure to Diagnose a Heart Attack
A failure to diagnose the clinical signs and symptoms of heart disease or a heart attack can be fatal. Failing to properly interpret an EKG or a stress test can have serious results. When that happens, you could suffer a massive heart attack. Unfortunately, if the symptoms of heart disease had been recognized you could have had an elective heart bypass surgery and avoided the heart attack all together. Or you could have been treated with medication.
How We Can Help
If you think you or a loved one has been the victim of medical malpractice due to the failure to diagnose and/or properly treat heart disease or a heart attack, it is very important to speak with an experienced New York medical malpractice attorney right away. An attorney who has experience handling these types of medical malpractice claims will know what to look for when analyzing your medical records, what questions to ask witnesses and experts, and how to prepare a strong and compelling claim. The hospital and/or doctor you have filed the lawsuit against will have powerful attorneys defending them, so you need to ensure you have an equally strong and experienced attorney representing you.
Consult an Experienced New York Medical Malpractice Attorney Today!
The Law Offices of Sam Rosmarin has over 30 years of experience handling medical malpractice lawsuits and has recovered over $100 million for its clients
If you or a loved one has been a victim of medical malpractice due to the failure to diagnose and/or properly treat heart disease or a heart attack, you deserve to be compensated for your injuries. The medical treatment, physical therapy, adaptive equipment, and any other care that may be needed can be expensive. To ensure you have the financial resources you will need to provide proper medical care and treatment contact the Law Offices of Sam Rosmarin today at (914) 686-4000 to discuss your case with an experienced and dedicated New York medical malpractice attorney.
Every case is unique. Prior case results are not indicative of any future outcome.