Failure to Timely Diagnose and Treat a Heart Attack
A heart attack can result in severe brain damage, loss of motor function and, of course, death. To protect their patients, doctors must careful to observe the warning signs of a heart attack.
When a misdiagnosis, or failure to diagnose a heart attack, occurs it is typically because a medical professional failed to take notice of warning signs and take appropriate action. If you or a family member has suffered an injury as a result of the misdiagnosis of a heart attack, you may have a right to receive financial compensation. Contact a medical malpractice lawyer who can advise you of your rights.
The medical malpractice attorneys at Beale, Micheaels, Slack & Shughart have decades of litigation experience and have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of clients in medical malpractice and personal injury claims. To speak with an attorney at our firm, contact our law office in Phoenix, Arizona.
Over $140 Million Recovered in the Last Decade Alone: This total includes, for example, $1.5 million recovered from a hospital and doctors who failed to diagnose and properly treat a patient who suffered a heart attack, which malpractice required the patient to need a heart transplant and experience a decreased life expectancy. Our results speak for themselves.
Our First Class Team Can Handle Any Heart Attack Case
Our attorneys have the experience and resources to handle your case with the highest degree of competence and care. We have access to top medical experts that can be critical to the development of a strong case.
Whether a misdiagnosis of a heart attack occurred as a result of an emergency room error, family doctor's error, failure to respond to warning signs or other form of medical negligence, we can provide the experienced, personalized and dedicated representation you deserve.
Discuss Your Case With Us for Free: Contact us to find out more about how we can help clients who suffered an injury resulting from a misdiagnosis of a heart attack. We handle all cases on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing unless we get results.