Failure to Diagnose

Appendicitis. Cancer. Heart attack. Stroke. The wrong diagnosis, or a delayed diagnosis, of these and other conditions can mean the difference between life and death. When life threatening conditions are detected and treated in a timely manner, their chance for survival or cure is greatly increased. When patients are deprived the chance at a better outcome as a result of a medical providers’ failure to apply appropriate diagnostic process and detect a condition within a reasonable timeframe, they breach the standard of care owed to the patient. The medical provider may be held liable for the worse outcome or wrongful death that follows after the undiagnosed disease or condition progresses, and the patient’s treatment options narrow.

To succeed in a claim for delay or failure to diagnose, you need experienced attorneys and early, thorough, investigation. At O’Hare Parnagian LLP we know what you are going through and we can help you. Our New York medical malpractice lawyers have extensive experience representing the victims and families of patients who were deprived the chance at a better outcome due to a medical professional’s failure to diagnose. Making a medical malpractice claim is complex and early investigation and gathering of information is critical. We will thoroughly investigate your claim, build the strongest case possible, and hold all responsible parties accountable for your injuries or the wrongful death of your loved one.

Because the law limits the time in which you can bring a claim, you should contact us immediately to investigate your case. Sometimes notice must be given as early as within 90 days of the accident.

Call us at (212) 425-1401, or contact us online to set up a consultation to discuss your legal options. One of our attorneys will respond to you within 24 hours.

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