Holding Doctors Accountable For Misdiagnosis
When you go to a doctor’s office or to a hospital with concerns about your health, you assume that the doctor you see will perform the right tests to determine what is wrong with you. When this fails to happen, it can result in serious or fatal consequences for patients.
The lawyers at The Gori Law Firm, believe in holding doctors accountable for the misdiagnosis of cancer and other medical conditions.
With 40 years of experience in medical malpractice and personal injury, our attorneys understand how to properly evaluate claims and to build effective cases for our clients and their families. Give us a call today to talk about your specific situation. From our personal injury office in Edwardsville, we serve clients throughout Illinois and Missouri.
Which Condition Wasn’t Diagnosed Properly?
Not every case of medical misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis is caused by negligence or malpractice, and our firm works diligently to ensure that the claims we file have merit and are not frivolous. Doctors are supposed to perform proper diagnostic tests and be able to analyze those tests properly to catch injuries and conditions.
Our firm has represented people who have suffered additional harm due to the misdiagnosis of conditions that include:
- Heart attacks
- Concussions and brain injuries
- Central nervous system disorders
Doctors and other medical professionals who provide substandard care that leads to harm should be held financially accountable for medical negligence and malpractice. At our firm, we take the responsibility we have to our clients seriously.
Find The Options You Need For Recovery
If you or someone you love has been harmed by the incorrect diagnosis of an illness or injury, contact us at the law firm of The Gori Law Firm, and learn more about how we can help you. Schedule a free initial consultation and get the honest answers about your claim that you deserve. Call our Edwardsville office toll free to make an appointment at 888-362-6890. You can also reach us online. All cases are taken on a contingency basis.