Monmouth County Failure to Diagnose Attorney

We trust our healthcare professionals to do everything they are trained to do to properly diagnose us. When a careless or negligent healthcare professional fails to properly diagnose a patient, they could cause serious harm. At Cerussi & Gunn, P.C., our knowledgeable and experienced team is ready to get to work on your case. We will investigate what happened so we can secure the compensation you deserve. Our Monmouth County failure to diagnose attorneys serve the whole area, including the townships of Middletown, Howell, Marlboro, Manalapan, and Freehold.

Cerussi & Gunn, P.C. Is The Best Choice For This

The team at Cerussi & Gunn, P.C. is 100% dedicated to the client. We limit our caseload so we can devote ourselves to cases we believe in. This has resulted in a success rate of over 99%.

  • We practice law with the highest degree of integrity and ethics. We respect the court and our opponents. We use our reputation and experience to get results.
  • We can make visits to the hospital if you cannot make it to our office. We understand this is a difficult time for you and will do what we can to make it easier.
  • We take our cases on a contingency basis, so you will face no out-of-pocket costs or attorney fees unless we win.

Let An Attorney Handle These Cases

Medical malpractice cases can become very complex and involve an extensive investigation. Your Monmouth County medical malpractice attorney will be the one to gather all the evidence necessary to be successful. This includes obtaining all of the medical records related to the case. It may also include securing trusted medical experts to testify on your behalf at a trial. Your attorney will handle all negotiations on your behalf so you can focus on recovering and being with your family.

Failure To Diagnose Can Have Lasting Impacts

Researchers at Johns Hopkins say that errors made when diagnosing cause the most patient harm of all medical mistakes and account for the largest fraction of medical malpractice claims in the US. They say that a misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose can lead to significant permanent injury or death, affecting as many as 80,000 to 160,000 people each year.

Most commonly, failure to diagnose problems start when a doctor fails to obtain a complete medical history of their patient. When a person goes to the ER or for a routine visit, it is vital that the doctor uses a multitude of factors to make a diagnosis, including:

  • Current vital signs and symptoms
  • Their past medical history
  • Current medications a patient is on
  • Family medical history

Failing to do so could lead to long-term consequences for the patient.

We Are Ready To Help You Today

If you or a loved one have been injured or become ill due to the failure of a medical professional to diagnose you properly, please seek legal assistance today. At Cerussi & Gunn, P.C., our dedicated team is ready to get to work securing the compensation you deserve. This could include:

  • Compensation for all medical expenses related to the failure to diagnose
  • Coverage of lost wages and benefits if you cannot work
  • Loss of enjoyment of life damages
  • Pain and suffering damages
  • Punitive damages against the healthcare provider

When you need a Monmouth County failure to diagnose attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation of your case by clicking here or calling us at (732) 936-9920.