Medical Misdiagnosis in Kentucky? Our Lawyers Can Help.
Getting a timely and correct diagnosis is often the key to successful treatment of a life-threatening medical condition. Alternatively, when doctors and other medical professionals misdiagnose or fail to diagnose a serious condition, the results can be devastating.
If you or a family member is suffering from a fatal disease that you believe could have been prevented with an accurate diagnosis or you have lost a loved one due to misdiagnosis, contact our attorneys at Morris & Player PLLC in Louisville. See our verdicts and settlements page for examples of our results.
We are recognized among Kentucky’s leading medical malpractice law firms, and we’re dedicated to helping families like yours obtain justice for medical negligence.
Frequently Missed or Misdiagnosed Conditions
Medical conditions that are frequently missed or misdiagnosed include:
- Cancer — including many common forms found in female patients
- Heart disease
- Early signs of heart attack
- Early signs of stroke
- Acute infections
- Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever (RMSF)
- Symptoms of a pulmonary embolism
Who Is Responsible for Your Injuries or Loss?
Often, a general practitioner is the first health care provider to see a patient, identify symptoms and order tests. Other responsible medical professionals may include:
- Other specialists
- Clinics and hospitals
We understand that no dollar amount can be placed on your health or the loss of a family member. We also know that getting justice by making the responsible parties pay can provide some peace of mind during a difficult time. We want to help you do this.
Our firm has the resources and skills to stand up to large health care systems and fight for full compensation for your financial losses. We also accept attorney referrals in these matters so as to ensure the best interests of a client are truly being protected.
Call Our Attorneys as Soon as Possible
Timing is crucial in cases involving misdiagnoses. A thorough investigation can take time, and there are deadlines for filing medical malpractice claims. Contact us as soon as possible so we can begin investigating and building your case. Call our law firm toll free at 800-501-0431 to arrange a free consultation today.