Even the slightest delay in diagnosing a life threatening condition can result in a painful and unnecessary death. Sadly, a failure to diagnose deadly diseases on conditions is one of the most common types of medical negligence.
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a life threatening condition after numerous failures to rightly diagnose, you may have a right to seek compensation for medical treatments, lost wages, and pain and suffering. If you lose a loved one to a delay in diagnosis, you may have a right to seek compensation with a lawsuit addressing wrongful death as a result of medical malpractice. In either case, our medical malpractice attorneys can fight for your rights and work to see that justice is served.
Fatal Delayed Diagnosis
Life threatening diseases and conditions that too frequently remain undiagnosed include:
- Heart attack or failure
- Clogged arteries
- Aortic dissection
This is, of course, far from an exhaustive list. Any fatal disease can face a delay in diagnosis when medical staff act negligently and fail to provide you with the care you deserve. While it is often too late to recover once a diagnosis is made with a fatal condition, it is not too late to hold the responsible parties accountable and seek justice for the victims of this type of medical malpractice.
How We can Help
For years, the aggressive medical malpractice attorneys at the Cochran Firm South Florida have been helping victims and their families get justice following medical malpractice. Our legal team knows just what to look for to prove negligence and have been able to secure numerous multimillion dollar settlements for clients impacted by these tragic events. Not every medical error is malpractice, but if you believe you have been a victim, we are prepared to investigate your case and help you determine all that you are entitled to.
If you live in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, or anywhere else in South Florida and believe you have a medical malpractice case, please contact the Cochran Firm South Florida to schedule a free case evaluation today.