Ohio Failure to Diagnose / Improper Diagnosis

Missed or Wrong Diagnoses Happen More Often than You Think

Experienced Ohio medical malpractice attorneys protect victims of missed or incorrect diagnoses

When you visit a doctor’s office with a specific complaint, the doctor’s attention is usually focused on that medical condition. But if during an examination for a complaint of, say, tonsillitis, the doctor ignores a tumor growing in the back of your throat, you may have a claim of malpractice. The treatment of the patient as a whole person, and not simply as “a case,” is the hallmark of sound medical practice. When a practitioner unreasonably fails in this, and misses or misdiagnoses an otherwise obvious health problem, they breach their duty of care.

Crandall & Pera Law’s team of Ohio medical malpractice lawyers, Registered Nurses, and staff defend the rights of patients to receive competent medical care from those licensed to give it. We have secured millions of dollars for clients in settlements and jury verdicts when an unreasonably missed or incorrect diagnosis caused a life-threatening condition to advance, and these funds have compensated the victim for broader or continuing care, and related expenses. Our firm represents injured persons throughout Ohio, including in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Chagrin Falls, Chesterland, and Columbus.

Commonly misdiagnosed medical conditions in Ohio

Since doctors spend four years in medical school, two of them in clinical training, a year or two of internship, several years of residency in their specialties, and additional time in private practice or on a hospital staff, you might understandably wonder why some cannot diagnose an illness correctly every time.

But when a doctor thinks you have a health problem but unreasonably orders the wrong test, gets negative results, fails to treat you for it, and your condition worsens, he or she is committing an act of malpractice for which you may be able to receive compensation. Some patients’ symptoms may be baffling, but competent doctors eventually get to the bottom of them and work toward proper treatment. At Crandall & Pera Law, we have experience handling cases against the doctors who act negligently or incompetently, including instances of:

These are only a few of the types of cases we have successfully resolved, through jury trials or settlement negotiations, that have won our clients fair and just compensation for their injuries.

Make Crandall & Pera Law your counsel for handling complex claims of missed diagnoses in Ohio

If you or a member of your family has been injured because of a hospital’s or medical professional’s failure to accurately diagnose and properly treat a health condition, the Crandall & Pera Law team wants to help. We offer one-on-one counsel with an experienced medical malpractice attorney and staff throughout Ohio and treat you and your case with the respect and dignity you deserve. Please call 877-686-8879 or fill out our contact form to schedule a no-obligation consultation. We have five Ohio law offices conveniently located in Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Chesterland and Chagrin Falls.

Serving Ohio and Kentucky • Find a Location Near Me

Cleveland Office:
850 Euclid Ave
#1122
Cleveland, OH 44114
216-220-0000
Cincinnati Office:
36 East 7th Street, Suite 2610
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
513-977-5581
Cleveland East Office:
15 1/2 N. Franklin Street
Chagrin Falls, OH 44022
440-600-2181
Columbus Office:
35 E. Gay Street,
Suite 226
Columbus, Ohio 43215
614-702-2623
Chesterland Office:
12768 Chillicothe Rd., Suite 210
Chesterland, Ohio 44026
440-688-4281
Toledo Office:
5055 Enterprise Blvd., Suite 1204
Toledo, Ohio 43612
419-901-8677
Cincinnati Office:
1095 Nimitzview Dr., Suite 403
Cincinnati, OH 45230
513-434-3226
Lexington Office:
1900 Cambridge Drive, Suite 101
Lexington, KY 40504
859-757-0815
Louisville Office:
2950 Breckenridge Ln, Suite 13-100
Louisville, KY 40220
502-373-8313

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