Tuesday, 23 August 2016

Did a Wrongful Diagnosis Cause you or a Loved one more Injury? Paul Dansker can help

When you visit a doctor or a specialist, you are counting on them to provide you with an accurate diagnosis of whatever maladies you may be suffering from, followed by a prescribed treatment that can eliminate or reduce the symptoms of those maladies. If all goes well, you’ll be feeling better and thankful that your doctor was so knowledgeable. However, as many medical malpractice lawyers in New York have seen firsthand, the above happy scenario isn’t always what happens.

Occasionally, an inexperienced or even knowledgeable doctor or specialist can give a misdiagnosis, and prescribed treatments or a lack of the proper treatment can cause a condition to become worse, or also result in additional injury to the patient. A diagnosis that is delayed can also result in irrevocable damage to a patient. These types of situations are unfortunately more common than you might think, and when they do occur, it is recommended that you contact a personal injury attorney or malpractice attorney in NYC like Paul Dansker for help.

Paul Dansker & Aspromonte Associates is a New York personal injury law firm specializing in serious brain injuries; medical malpractice, motor vehicle accidents, falls, construction accidents, municipal liability, injuries to children and more. It has represented thousands of clients and obtained hundreds of millions of dollars for them over the last 30 years.

As a patient, you have certain rights, and if the rights are violated, abused, or ignored, you have the right to compensation. A misdiagnosis can be the result of negligence on the part of a doctor, specialist or medical facility, and an experienced medical malpractice lawyer at Paul Dansker & Aspromonte can help ensure that you receive just compensation for any additional injury sustained, pain and suffering, medical bills, and other damages caused by the missed or delayed diagnosis. Don’t let a doctor or medical facility tell you otherwise —contact our attorney today (212) 732-2929 and learn about your rights.

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