Many Americans rely on doctors to correctly diagnose their medical condition and administer the proper treatment. Unfortunately, errors occur often. So when doctors fail to accurately determine a patient’s condition, this can result in an unchecked progression of the legitimate illness, which leads to severe injuries or even death.
The following are three factors to prove medical misdiagnosis occurred:
If you or a loved one were a victim of a medical misdiagnosis, it’s imperative to seek representation from our skilled and experienced personal injury attorneys. At The Voorhies Law Firm, our New Orleans medical malpractice attorneys can conduct a thorough investigation into your medical misdiagnosis case by gathering the necessary evidence and working with experts in order to establish if a health care provider’s misdiagnosis caused your injuries.
Although any condition has the potential to be misdiagnosed by a negligent doctor, some conditions are often misdiagnosed more commonly than others. Around 12 million people in the United States are misdiagnosed in outpatient clinics annually.
The most common conditions that are misdiagnosed include:
The Voorhies Law Firm has handled medical malpractice causes in New Orleans, Mandeville, Alexandria, Houma, Lake Charles, Baton Rouge, Lafayette and other surrounding areas of Louisiana. We are confident in our abilities to recover your deserved compensation by assisting our personal injury clients on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay nothing in medical attorney fees unless we win.
Contact The Voorhies Law Firm to schedule your free case evaluation with one of our New Orleans experienced attorneys.