Experienced Medical Malpractice Lawyers Representing Victims In Failure To Diagnose Cases
The Reardon Law Firm, P.C., has been representing medical malpractice victims and their families in Connecticut for decades. Of course, we always hope and expect that the doctors who care for us will recognize and diagnose any signs of illness or injury quickly and accurately. However, that’s not always the case.
Our attorneys have a wealth of experience, knowledge and skill handling complicated medical malpractice cases. We know how to determine what went wrong and how to hold those at fault accountable for their negligence.
We obtained a $2 million settlement on behalf of the Estate of a man who died as a result of medical malpractice. The defendants, his doctors, took radiological films of his neck and ignored a significant mass that was found. This failure to diagnose allowed cancer to grow and spread until his premature death.
The Reardon Law Firm, P.C., represents Connecticut clients who have suffered illness and injury resulting from a doctor’s failure to diagnose:
- Cancer: Cancer is one of the most common diseases to go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. In many cases, early intervention can lead to prolonged life or remission, but physicians sometimes fail to detect the signs of the disease in a timely manner.
- Post-operative complications: When physicians fail to properly follow up on a patient’s concerns or complications following surgery, it can cause serious injury or even death.
- Fetal complications: Birth injuries can sometimes result from a doctor’s or nurse’s failure to properly monitor fetal life during pregnancy and delivery.
- Psychological issues: Psychiatrists may fail to properly diagnose a patient’s condition or address warning signs, leading to suicide.
We take our commitment to client service seriously and fight for the rights of victims of medical negligence. We will not be intimidated by powerful insurance companies, hospitals and doctors.
Cancer Misdiagnosis Lawyers In New London
Our cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. To speak with a medical malpractice attorney about how to obtain compensation for failure to diagnose injuries, call us at 860-442-0444 or email the firm.
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