Failure to Diagnose

Failure to Diagnose

When Medical Conditions Are Misdiagnosed Or Diagnosed Too Late

Any serious progressive condition must be detected early and treated promptly in order for the patient to have the best chance of recovery. Whether a radiologist misreads an MRI, a physician misinterprets lab results or an OB-GYN fails to recognize fetal distress, the results can be tragic.

Clare & Berry offers medical malpractice attorneys in Kentucky who have 30 years of experience representing clients in Louisville and throughout the state. We've obtained multimillion-dollar results for clients. However, we take even more pride in the one-on-one attention and quality service we are able to provide. The frequent referrals we receive from other lawyers testify to both our skill and respect amongst our peers.

How Can We Help You?

If you or a family member may have been seriously injured in a motor accident due to negligence, call our Louisville law office today at 502-589-6190. You can also reach us via direct message. We offer free consultations and only charge contingency fees.

Failure to Diagnose Stroke

An ischemic stroke occurs when an artery leading to the brain is blocked, such as by a blood clot. If medical professionals do not recognize the symptoms in a timely manner, the victim can suffer permanent injury or death.

Failure to Diagnose Cancer

Whether you developed lung cancer by smoking or breast cancer due to a genetic predisposition, doctors have the responsibility to accurately and promptly diagnose the disease.

Failure to Diagnose Serious Infections

In a case we handled, a bacterial blood infection that could have been cleared up with a week's worth of antibiotics was not diagnosed, lasted six months and ultimately resulted in the patient's death.

Free Case Evaluation

As injury lawyers with over 30 years of legal experience, we understand the nuances of these cases and will fight for justice for you and your family. Schedule a free initial consultation by calling our Louisville office at 502-589-6190 or 502-736-4754. You can also reach us online.