Failure to Diagnose / Improper Diagnosis
Failure to Diagnose an Illness Happens More Often than You Think
Experienced attorneys protecting Kentucky victims of an improper or missed diagnosis
Crandall & Pera Law strives to help victims of delayed and improper diagnoses. Our team of attorneys, registered nurses and staff works one on one with clients. We have secured millions of dollars for our clients in jury verdicts and in settlements, money that can be used to help pay for continued care and other expenses.
Commonly misdiagnosed medical conditions
There are many reasons why a doctor may fail to diagnose an illness correctly or efficiently. If the wrong test is ordered, or if a patient presents with symptoms that fit two conditions, leading to an incorrect diagnosis, a patient’s condition can be exacerbated by the delay in diagnosis. At Crandall & Pera Law, we have experience with cases involving:
- Failure to diagnose cancer, including breast cancer, prostate cancer, lung cancer, lymphoma, melanoma and sarcomas
- Failure to diagnose heart conditions, such as a heart attack
- Failure to diagnose a stroke
- Failure to diagnose an infection, including sepsis and strep
- Failure to diagnose a bowel leak
- Failure to diagnose bleeding
These are but a few of the types of cases we have successfully resolved through jury trials or settlement negotiations. We are happy to discuss the full breadth or our experience during a consultation, to help assure you that choosing Crandall & Pera Law is the right decision.
Why choose Crandall & Pera Law?
Partner and firm co-founder Steve Crandall is a board-certified trial attorney. Attorney Crandall and Marc Pera have practiced medical malpractice defense on behalf of doctors, nurses, surgeons and hospital administrations; this experience allows us to analyze and investigate our clients’ claims more thoroughly, thus ensuring our clients will be presented with every available option.
Your counsel for handling complex claims of missed diagnoses
Crandall & Pera Law offers legal services during one-on-one sessions with our attorneys and staff throughout Kentucky. We treat you and your case with respect and dignity. To discuss your circumstances during a no-obligation consultation, please call 877-686-8879 or fill out this convenient online contact form.