Did a Doctor’s Misdiagnosis or Delayed Diagnosis Cause You Harm?
What happens when an ER doctor fails to diagnose diabetic shock in a diabetic and the patient ends up in a coma? What can the family of a loved one do when a doctor misdiagnoses a pain in the stomach as a simple bellyache when in fact the patient is having a massive heart attack? What do you do when you or a loved one has suffered because of a doctor’s delayed diagnosis or a misdiagnosis?
Erlichman Law Firm, of Phoenix, Arizona, has helped a significant number of injured people and the families of loved ones who have died as a result of a doctor’s delayed diagnosis. Contact us to see if we might be able to help you too.
Was the Doctor’s Failure to Diagnose Malpractice?
The doctor’s first job is to diagnose what is wrong with a patient as soon as possible. There are all kinds of ways to do this, including the ordering of tests that can immediately reveal problems such as cancer or heart issues. When the appropriate medical standard of care has not been met because of a failure to diagnose a surgical error or a birth injury, you might have a claim for medical malpractice. At Erlichman Law Firm, we will be there to represent you, carefully, compassionately and capably.
Delayed Cancer Diagnosis and Diabetic Shock (Ketoacidosis) Awards in Excess of 2.7 Million Dollars
Phoenix misdiagnosis lawyer Joseph Erlichman assisted the families of individuals whose cancer was misdiagnosed and who died as a result and whose diabetic shock was misdiagnosed, causing profound permanent injuries. Attorney Erlichman eventually obtained compensation for the families in excess of 2.7 million dollars. While a lawsuit cannot bring back the person who was lost, a wrongful death claim can help to alleviate some of the financial cost of losing a loved one, especially if that person is a provider for the family.
We help clients who have suffered injuries or lost a loved one as a result of a doctor misdiagnosing:
- Heart attacks
- Valley fever
Free Initial Consultation With a Scottsdale Delayed Diagnosis Lawyer
To learn more about how we can help, please call 602-224-0062 or e-mail the law firm to arrange for a free initial consultation with attorney Joseph Erlichman.
Attorney fees are deducted from the recovered compensation after reimbursement of costs and expenses. In the event that no compensation is recovered, clients may be responsible for some court costs and expenses.