Suffering as a Result of Misdiagnosis?
Contact an Orlando Medical Malpractice Lawyer to Discuss Your Rights
Being misdiagnosed can lead to serious health conditions and complications
that could have been avoided if a medical professional had diagnosed it
properly. Most medical conditions, including the most serious such as
cancer, benefit from early detection or treatment. At The Maher Law Firm,
we represent victims who were misdiagnosed by their doctors or physicians.
If you were misdiagnosed, we can help you make the responsible medical
professional responsible for your current health condition and the costs
that are implicated. We entrust our health to the expertise and highly
trained judgment of doctors—a misdiagnosis can be viewed as
a form of negligence in the eyes of the law.
Misdiagnosis can occur due to the following reasons:
- Failure to order the appropriate tests
- Misreading test results
- Test result mix-ups
- Not taking a patient’s symptoms or concerns seriously
Schedule an initial consultation online or call us at (855) 338-0720.
Handling Medical & Hospital Negligence Cases Since 1969
For more than 40 years, our firm has been practicing
personal injury law and lending a helping hand to those who have been harmed through the negligence
of others. With
billions of dollars in compensation recovered, our firm has the well-versed knowledge and skills required to tackle
even the most complex
medical malpractice cases. We evaluate all the evidence and details related to a case in order to
negligence of a medical professional.
For Passionate Advocacy, Call The Maher Law Firm.
Our Orlando medical malpractice attorneys strive to provide our clients
with personalized and attentive services, from start to finish. Should
you choose to retain our high-quality legal representation, you can feel
confident in knowing that we will serve as your passionate advocate. Our
mission is to help you get through this stressful moment in your life
with all the support you need.
Give our firm a call to begin pursuing compensation today.