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Failure To Diagnose

Many medical conditions require an early and accurate diagnosis to treat. Unfortunately, doctors and medical professionals may incorrectly diagnose serious illnesses or fail to recognize the symptoms of a serious medical condition. A delayed or misdiagnosis can lead to permanent injury, worsening health and even death.

Under the law, doctors are required to provide a certain standard of care when practicing medicine. This includes taking the time to accurately diagnose symptoms expressed in patients.

We help injured patients who were misdiagnosed regarding a variety of medical conditions and illnesses, including:

  • Pulmonary embolism
  • Heart attack
  • Aortic dissection
  • Stroke

Cancer is also routinely misdiagnosed. The most common cancer misdiagnoses involve breast cancer, melanoma, colorectal cancer, ovarian cancer, prostate cancer, lung cancer and lymphoma.

Misdiagnosis Cases Are Difficult. You Need Experienced Med Mal Attorneys.

If a doctor fails to abide by an accepted standard of care, and you are seriously injured as a result, you may be able to obtain compensation for your injury. Loved ones of patients who passed away because of a failure to diagnose may also recover for the tragic loss of their family member.

Our lawyers are knowledgeable, aggressive and prepared to win. We work hard on behalf of injured patients because we know any of us could potentially face similar circumstances to yours if we receive poor medical care. We hold doctors and institutions accountable when they do not act according to the accepted standards of the medical profession.

At The Law Offices of Arnold S. Levine, L.P.A., we have been representing injured patients in medical malpractice cases for over 40 years. We know what it takes to win.

We Can Help. It Begins With An Honest, Free Consultation.

At your initial consultation, we will discuss the circumstances of your case and how we can help. If your case will have to overcome significant obstacles, we will tell you at the outset. If we believe your case has merit, we take your case without charging you anything and accept no legal service fees unless we win your case.

From our office in Cincinnati, we represent injured patients throughout Ohio and Kentucky. Call us at 513-823-3257 or reach us online here.