If you or someone you love has received a medical misdiagnosis DC, it is possible to hold the offenders or offending institution accountable for their negligence through medical malpractice litigation.
Litigation pursuing medical misdiagnosis DC claims can offer victims reprieve for their suffering and hold offenders accountable, which prevents similar incidences from occurring in the future.
Medical misdiagnosis DC can result when a medical professional is negligent. This negligence can be failing to diagnose a patient or providing a patient with an inaccurate diagnosis. Both circumstances leave victims untreated for lengthy periods of time, which can even result in death. One expert, Dr. Martin Makary of Johns Hopkins has said, “Incidence rates for deaths directly attributable to medical care gone awry haven’t been recognized in any standardized method for collecting national statistics… the medical coding system was designed to maximize billing for physician services, not to collect national health statistics, as it is currently being used.” At Johns Hopkins, patient safety experts produced a study which suggests medical error may be the third-leading cause of death.
How We Can Help
The attorneys at Perry Charnoff have decades of medical malpractice experience. We take medical misdiagnosis claims very seriously and do an in-depth analysis of each potential case. We are trial lawyers first, which means we evaluate every case to its fullest extent and scrutinize every possible outcome. If you are unsure whether your medical misdiagnosis DC claim will qualify as a serious malpractice case, it is always better to explore the option of obtaining an attorney.
If you have a medical misdiagnosis DC claim, the attorneys at Perry Charnoff may be able to help.
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