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Wrong Diagnosis

Springfield Wrong Diagnosis Lawyers

Experienced Attorneys Accepting Catastrophic Medical Malpractice Cases

When a patient sees a doctor for medical help, the medical professional’s job is to diagnose the patient’s illness so that he or she can treat it. The diagnosis is the foundation upon which treatment is built. Unfortunately, some medical professionals misdiagnose their patients, resulting in serious medical complications.

If you or someone you love suffered catastrophic damages after a medical professional misdiagnosed your illness, contact the Springfield misdiagnosis lawyers of Strong-Garner-Bauer P.C., today at (417) 855-2022

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The Dangers of a Wrong Diagnosis

When a doctor or other healthcare provider misdiagnoses a patient’s ailment, the patient may suffer unintended consequences. Since treatment is based on the diagnosis, patients who receive the wrong diagnosis will not receive treatment for their actual ailments.

A wrong diagnosis may lead to:

  • Further advancement of the illness
  • Injury or complications from the wrong treatment
  • Permanent disabilities

In some severe cases, patients who receive a wrong diagnosis may pass away from their underlying illnesses due to a lack of timely treatment.

A misdiagnosis may entitle a seriously injured patient to financial compensation for his or her injuries. Individuals who have suffered harm as a result of a misdiagnosis are advised to seek legal counsel from a Springfield medical malpractice lawyer.

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