Heart Attack Misdiagnosis

Was Your Heart Attack Misdiagnosed?

Without a proper diagnosis, a heart attack can lead to serious injuries and death. If a doctor failed to diagnose your heart condition or your loved one’s attack, the Erlichman Law Firm can help you.

Phoenix heart attack misdiagnosis lawyer Joseph Erlichman has more than 30 years of experience representing victims of medical malpractice. He is dedicated to providing compassionate and caring counsel to grieving families and injured patients who have suffered as a result of a doctor’s misdiagnosis.

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What Caused the Misdiagnosis?

There are many ways that a heart attack can be misdiagnosed. Atypical or unusual symptoms can lead to a misdiagnosis. For example, a person with back pain may seek treatment and be told to have physical therapy when, in fact, he or she is suffering a heart attack. In many cases, women present atypical symptoms such as back pain, nausea or fatigue.

Negligent or careless medical care can also cause heart conditions to be overlooked. A doctor should be aware of the typical and atypical symptoms, for both men and women, that can signal a heart attack. When medical professionals fail to give you proper care and treatment, serious injuries can result.

At Erlichman Law Firm, we represent clients who have suffered ongoing complications and conditions as a result of a heart attack misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis. We also assist families who have lost a loved one. While we understand that no amount of money can possibly make up for your loss, we can help you seek justice in a wrongful death action.

Free Initial Consultation With an Arizona Failure to Diagnose Lawyer

To learn more about our medical malpractice law firm and how we can help you, please call 602-224-0062 or e-mail the firm to discuss your doctor’s failure to diagnose a heart attack.

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.