When a doctor fails to diagnose and treat a serious medical condition in a timely manner, the result can be life-threatening or cause lifelong injury. If it can be proven that you suffered a life-altering injury or a lost chance of recovery because of a medical error, you are entitled to seek full and fair restitution for medical care and all other financial damages.
You probably will not know if your case of misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis is a legitimate claim for medical negligence until you share the details and circumstances with an attorney with extensive experience handling medical malpractice cases. Talk to us if you are concerned about your injury resulting from delayed or misdiagnosis of any medical condition, including:
- Cancer misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis
- Delayed diagnosis of a cardiovascular condition, heart attack and/or stroke
- EMT, emergency medical diagnosis and treatment errors
- Clinic administrative or hospital errors resulting in delayed diagnosis
- Misdiagnosis of medical problems resulting in injuries or birth defects to mother or baby
The medical malpractice trial team at Hall Ansley is led by the most experienced team of personal injury lawyers in Southwest Missouri. We provide tenacious, knowledgeable representation, focused on getting you and your family the full and fair compensation to which you are entitled. Our firm is responsible for many of the most significant medical malpractice verdicts and settlements in the state.
Our reputation for integrity has earned our firm the opportunity to work with many of the region's leading independent medical experts to investigate and prepare clear, strong cases for trial. We employ two registered nurses as professional resources for all cases involving medical negligence.
Our Springfield delayed diagnosis lawyers represent clients in medical negligence cases throughout Central and Southwestern Missouri. Contact us to arrange a no-cost, no-obligation consultation today, and view our past successes on our medical malpractice case results page.