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Denver, CO Medical Malpractice Lawyers for Failure to Diagnose Illnesses and Injuries
The first step toward appropriate medical treatment is an accurate diagnosis. Unfortunately, diagnostic errors – including failure to diagnose – are among the most-common forms of medical malpractice. This means that many patients are not getting the treatment they need, and this means that they are facing physical limitations, pain and suffering, financial costs and other consequences that they should not be forced to endure.
If you or a loved one is suffering as a result of a doctor’s failure to diagnose, the attorneys at Levine Law can help. We have been representing Denver-area residents in medical malpractice cases for more than 20 years, and we have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for individuals and families whose lives have been forever changed by their doctors’ mistakes. Are you entitled to financial compensation for failure to diagnose? Find out. Contact our Denver law offices today for a free, no-obligation consultation.
The Consequences of a Medical Failure to Diagnose
For individuals of all ages and in all states of health, a failure to diagnose can mean the difference between making a full recovery and facing the risk of life-long complications. A broken bone that goes undiagnosed may not heal properly and result in constant pain and limited mobility. Failure to diagnose cancer may lead to progression and spreading of the disease, and eventually irreversible damage. At Levine Law, we represent clients whose doctors’ failures to diagnose have resulted in:
- All forms of cancer
- Birth injuries
- Failure to medicate
- Failure to perform surgery
- Heart attack
- Heart conditions from high blood pressure or cholesterol
- Kidney disease and kidney failure
- Untreated bone fractures and soft tissue injuries
- Other serious medical conditions
These and other consequences of medical conditions going undiagnosed can lead to:
- Medical bills
- Prescription costs
- Loss of income
- Lost future earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional distress
- Loss of companionship and consortium
- Loss of enjoyment of life
Success in Insurance Negotiations and at Trial
Doctors, hospitals and other medical providers carry medical malpractice insurance to cover the costs of failures to diagnose, and most of our clients’ cases are resolved through settlements with the insurance companies. However, sometimes the insurance companies will refuse to accept liability, and in these cases we need to take them to trial. At Levine Law, not only are we skilled at investigating medical malpractice cases and negotiating high-value settlements with the insurance companies, but we also have a proven track record of winning verdicts for our clients at trial. We are passionate about fighting for our clients; and, no matter what it takes, you can rest assured that we will not stop fighting until you have won the compensation you deserve.
Contact Us about Your Failure-to-Diagnose Malpractice Claim in Denver, CO
To learn more about how we can help you seek just compensation for failure to diagnose, we invite you to schedule a free consultation. You can call our Denver law offices 24/7 at (303) 333-8000, or tell us about your case online and we will be in touch as soon as possible. No recovery, no fee.