What Is a Failure To Diagnose?
Failure to diagnose, misdiagnosis or delay in diagnosis of cancer or another serious medical problem or condition can result in devastating consequences, including death. With certain medical conditions, a delay can allow the disease to progress into stages that are irreparable. With serious diseases like cancer, the failure to diagnosis the disease in a timely manner can mean the difference between life and death. Medical malpractice for a failure to diagnose is not just limited to cancer treatment; if you have suffered an injury due to the failure to properly diagnose any disease or medical condition, or due to a delay in doing so, you may be entitled to compensation.
How We Can Help
If you or a loved one has cancer or another serious disease or medical condition, and you think a doctor failed to diagnose it properly or in time, you should consult an experienced New York medical malpractice lawyer at the Law Offices of Sam Rosmarin. 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 a New York medical malpractice attorney at the Law Offices of Sam Rosmarin. We will consult credible experts, review the medical records, and conduct an investigation to determine what happened during treatment. If it is discovered that a doctor failed to properly diagnose your condition, you will have grounds to file a medical malpractice lawsuit for damages.
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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, you deserve to be compensated for your injuries. 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.
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