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Diagnosis errors can be devastating in the cases of aggressive illnesses and severe injuries. It is a medical professional’s duty to have the knowledge and skills necessary to accurately and timely diagnose and properly treat his patients’ medical conditions.
A delayed diagnosis can turn a curable condition into a high-risk situation. If you or someone you love has suffered from a delay in diagnosis, then you may be able to claim compensation. For a legal assessment of your situation, contact the Chicago delayed diagnosis attorneys of Willens Law Officesby calling 312-957-4166.
Delayed diagnoses often result from wrong diagnoses. When a patient receives an incorrect assessment of his condition, then the underlying issue remains unrecognized and therefore untreated. Delays in diagnoses may also result from unreasonable hospital delays, a doctor’s failure to follow up with a patient in a proper manner, or incorrect reading of lab test results.
Certain conditions are more commonly undiagnosed than others. Some of these dangerous situations are:
Appendicitis and heart attacks are acute situations that must be recognized and treated immediately. Meningitis and aggressive or later-stage cancers, though not as immediately pressing, can be deadly if not diagnosed in a timely manner.
If you have been the victim of a delayed diagnosis, then you may have experienced devastating consequences. The Chicago delayed diagnosis attorneys of Willens Law Offices can help you claim the damages you need and deserve. Call us today at 312-957-4166 to schedule your initial free consultation.
Regardless of how you or a loved one was injured, contact the Chicago delayed dignosis lawyers of Willens Law Offices today for your FREE consultation at 312-957-4166 or e-mail us firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible to find out how we can help you.
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