Failure to Diagnose

failure to diagnose

A very common medical negligence error is a failure to diagnose an illness, condition, disease or syndrome. Cancers, lyme disease and autoimmune disorders like diabetes are some of the more common issues seen in failure to diagnose claims in Delaware, Maryland and Washington D.C. Much like a medical misdiagnosis failure to accurately diagnose any type of illness stems from healthcare provider negligence. Either they did not acquire a full, and comprehensive, patient history, certain diagnostic tests were overlooked (labs, biopsies, bloodwork, x-rays, MRI, CT scans, etc.) and in many cases they were not ordered at all. Cases in which there is a delayed or inaccurate diagnosis, as well as failing to diagnose any illness or condition can easily result in the health issue, such as breast cancer, advancing to another stage which means treatment options that were available now are not and the outcome becomes bleak. As issues due to diagnostic errors are the most common grounds for medical negligence lawsuits it is imperative for you connect with our medical malpractice handling all lawsuits related to a medical misdiagnosis, cancer misdiagnosis, failure to diagnose cancer, diabetes, stroke, etc, a delayed diagnosis of any type and inaccurate diagnosis claims of all types. In these cases several elements need to be present in order for your case to have merit. It needs to be proven that the doctor, surgeon, oncologist, hospital, etc. did not provide an adequate level of care. That deviation from the standard of care had to result in injury or illness. The negligent actions of your provider had to play a direct role in your injury or illness and there must be economic damages or losses such as lost wages, lessened quality of life, pain, suffering, etc. Our failure to diagnose certain illnesses and injury attorneys are standing by ready to take your call. Please click here to contact them and begin your free case analysis. Once your claim is reviewed they will do whatever is needed to file your lawsuit and obtain the maximum amount of benefits and financial compensation for you. You can dial (302) 995-6210 in Delaware and (410) 385-5612 in Maryland and Washington D.C. All case evals are free and they charge no fees if they do not recover for you.