Delayed Diagnosis Or Misdiagnosis
Representing The Victims Of Medical Errors
Symptoms of disease or illness can have any number of causes. Medical professionals are trained to explore all potential causes to ensure proper treatment. Unfortunately, doctors, nurses and other experts can negligently administer tests or fail to accurately diagnose a condition, causing a medical problem. This can result in delayed or improper treatment, further injury, advanced disease and wrongful death.
Experienced Medical Malpractice Trial Lawyers
At Brady, Brady & Reilly, LLC, our attorneys are experienced in the investigation and pursuit of claims against negligent medical professionals in cases involving delayed diagnosis or misdiagnosis. We know that a six- or eight-month delay in treatment can result in serious complications and, in the worst cases, wrongful death. As your lawyers, we will take the time to review the facts of your case, identify all responsible parties and pursue full financial compensation for your recovery.
Our misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis lawyers are experienced with cases involving:
- Stroke misdiagnosis
- Heart attack misdiagnosis
- Failure to diagnose
- Failure to diagnose or misdiagnosed cancer
- Surgical error
- Emergency room error
- Pediatric malpractice
- Pregnancy-related injuries
- Wrongful death
Medical malpractice claims are often complex and require collaboration with experts and other professionals. Our lawyers have extensive resources, skill and experience handling even the most complicated claims. We will work strategically to maximize your recovery, either through negotiation and settlement or at trial. You can trust that we will remain dedicated to your claim and help your family recover the full compensation due. We are also experienced in handling complex wrongful death cases arising out of delayed diagnosis or misdiagnosis.
Contact Brady, Brady & Reilly, LLC
For a free consultation, call us at (201) 997-0030 or contact us via email. We serve clients in Newark, Jersey City, Essex County, Hudson County and throughout North Jersey.
Medical malpractice cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. You pay no attorney fees unless we win compensation for you.
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