Minneapolis Failure To Diagnose Attorneys
Failures in diagnosing life-threatening or injurious conditions do not always begin and end with primary care physicians. Specialists, ER doctors, surgeons, nurses, clinicians and psychiatrists also hold responsibility for properly diagnosing serious conditions, including:
- Heart attack
- Allergic reaction
- Broken bone
- Head injury
- Spinal injury
- Internal bleeding
- Gastrointestinal perforation
Missteps in diagnosing these conditions can have serious, life-altering consequences. Patients may experience excruciating pain, paralysis, extended treatment and life-threatening complications if medical professionals fail to diagnose serious conditions.
How Can You Recover From A Failed Diagnosis?
If you or a loved one has suffered unnecessarily from failure to diagnose or delayed diagnosis, we can help you consider all your legal options. At Bennerotte & Associates, P.A., we understand the complexities of medical practice and how to counter the strong defensive tactics of health care defense lawyers.
Our local Minnesota attorneys are compassionate, aggressive and determined to help our clients in Minneapolis and Rochester and across Minnesota pursue the full and fair compensation they and their families deserve under the law.
Contact our Eagan law firm today to discuss the particulars of your unique case during a free initial consultation with an attorney. Call us at 651-364-6807.
Minneapolis And Rochester Hospital Negligence Lawyers
Hospitals, doctors, nurses and other medical professionals are required to uphold standards of care, and they are required to treat conditions in a timely manner. If the proper tests are not run, treatments administered or surgeries performed in time, complications may not be reversible.
We dig through medical records, analyze hospital protocols and staffing records, and examine the events leading up to the incident or incidents that caused serious injury to our clients. We collaborate with medical experts through complicated investigations to determine whether earlier intervention could have changed the outcome.
Do Not Delay: Consult Our St. Paul Medical Malpractice Attorney Today
The timeframe to file a medical malpractice claim is very limited. A strict statute of limitations governs how long you have to bring a claim. Typically, it stands at four years. Exceptions are medical death case, which stands at three years, and cases involving children, which have longer and varying timeframes.
Conditions can develop over time, so if you have symptoms later on such as a foreign object left behind in your body during surgery (it happens more than you might guess), it is important to take quick action.
Call Our Lawyers
We work aggressively and thoroughly on your behalf. We will fight for the compensation you deserve. Contact us as soon as possible at 651-364-6807.
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