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When you place your health in the hands of competent medical professionals, you have the right to expect a certain quality of medical care in return including correct diagnosis and offering of correct treatment. Misdiagnosis occurs when a doctor or a hospital misses an initial diagnosis, fails to notice an important sign or symptom or fails to recognize a serious illness for what it is. Delayed diagnosis occurs when a doctor or hospital misses an opportunity to make the correct diagnosis and allows unnecessary time to pass before it is corrected.

When a patient believes his or her doctor or hospital missed or delayed the correct diagnosis, it is natural to feel overwhelmed. Not only are you likely suffering, but you have to come to grips with the belief that you may have missed an opportunity for a more positive outcome due to error. This is likely to result in feelings of injustice and betrayal, as well as sadness and anger.

Seek Compensation For A Delayed Or Incorrect Diagnosis

Cooper Law Group, PLLC has represented many people and their families in cases related to failure to diagnose cancer, trauma, heart attack, fractures, stroke, shock and other serious conditions. Medical misdiagnosis attorney Jeffrey Cooper has seen firsthand the wide-sweeping and often devastating effects a missed or delayed diagnosis can have on a person’s life. However, he makes it his top job in these kinds of cases to help his clients throughout every step of the process and answer every question that arises along the way. Then he helps develop a legal strategy to give his clients the best chance at recovering the full amount of their damages.

If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of receiving an incorrect or delayed diagnosis, you can get an assessment of your case from Cooper Law Group, PLLC at no cost and with no financial commitment. Contact Jeffrey Cooper online or call 203-902-0848 to schedule your free consultation, and let him take care of the rest. If your case moves forward, it will do so on a contingency fee basis, which means you only pay if you win.