A misdiagnosis is a common form of medical malpractice. In fact, almost 20 percent of patients say they have received a misdiagnosis at some point in their lives. Misdiagnoses can take various forms, including misinterpreted lab results, a doctor’s failure to prescribe the correct treatment, a doctor treating a patient for the wrong illness, and more.
The web resource covers:
Common Reasons Why Doctors Misdiagnose Patients
Do You Have a Case for Misdiagnosis?
What Are Some Commonly Misdiagnosed Diseases?
What If a Doctor Treats You for a Condition You Never Had?
How Much Is My Misdiagnosis Claim Worth?
If you believe you have been a victim of misdiagnosis, it’s important to speak to a New York City medical malpractice lawyer as soon as possible. There are time limits for filing a claim, so you shouldn’t delay speaking to an experienced lawyer.
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Discuss Your Case with an NYC Medical Malpractice Misdiagnosis Lawyer
If you or a loved one has been misdiagnosed by a doctor, hospital, or health professional, you may have a claim for medical malpractice. Because there are strict time limits for filing a claim, you should discuss your case with a New York City medical malpractice and medical misdiagnosis lawyer as soon as possible. An experienced lawyer can review your claim and help you determine the next steps in your case.
Jonathan C. Reiter Law Firm, PLLC
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