We Hold Doctors Responsible For Delayed Diagnosis

Doctors are trained to consider symptoms, examinations, medical tests and past medical records in order to diagnose patients. With serious conditions like stroke, heart attack, cancer and obstructions, there is usually a brief window of time to treat the condition successfully. If the correct diagnosis is delayed or doesn't happen at all, proper treatment is also delayed, and the consequences can be fatal for patients.

If you or a loved one has been harmed due to delayed diagnosis or misdiagnosis, contact Saunders Law Group in Bartow, Florida, today. Our attorneys represent medical malpractice victims and their families throughout Central Florida.

How Does A Diagnosis Get Delayed?

It is devastating news to learn that you may have missed possible recovery opportunities because a doctor failed to make a timely diagnosis. Unfortunately, delayed diagnosis and failure to diagnose can happen due to a variety of doctor errors, including:

  • Failure to order proper tests
  • Medical tests being improperly conducted
  • Misreading of radiological results and other tests
  • Sending emergency room patients home untreated for serious conditions like stroke and cardiac arrest

Sadly, failure to diagnose cancer is not uncommon. If your doctor or your loved one's doctor did not provide a timely diagnosis of cancer, contact our medical malpractice lawyers as soon as possible.

Arrange A Free Consultation: 863-578-4755

At Saunders Law Group, our attorneys have represented injury victims and their families throughout Central Florida for more than 30 years. We know how to build strong medical malpractice claims and hold negligent medical professionals accountable. To schedule a free consultation, please call 863-578-4755 or send us an email. We can assess your situation, answer your questions and explain your options for obtaining the financial compensation you need.