Injuries Caused By Misdiagnosis & Failure To Diagnose
When people seek medical treatment for an injury or illness, there is an expectation that medical personnel know how to diagnose and treat their ailments. Unfortunately, mistakes occur far too frequently.
Nothing is more disturbing than finding out that a loved one could have received lifesaving treatment had he or she been properly diagnosed. Medical providers may negligently overlook crucial symptoms, complaints or signs that led you or a family member to seek medical treatment, causing more problems than those with which you started.
Experienced Guidance For Victims Of Medical Malpractice
When a person or medical facility is to blame for your suffering, the attorneys at Bailey, Womble & Yelton can help you obtain compensation for your losses. Since 1967, we have provided professional and high-quality legal assistance to personal injury victims throughout north Mississippi, winning numerous multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements for our seriously injured clients.
Failure to properly diagnose your condition or a misdiagnosis can lead to serious injuries, even death. If you suspect that you are suffering due to medical malpractice, tell us your concerns and let us review your medical records to determine if you have a claim. Your suffering may be due to any number of issues, including:
- A misdiagnosed heart condition during an emergency room visit
- Failure to diagnose a serious infection in time to prevent further injury
- Misread information on a medical chart
Respect. Results. Relief.
At Bailey, Womble & Yelton, we understand the struggles you face — financially, emotionally and physically — when you or a family member is suffering because of medical negligence. Let us handle the legal details of your claim so you can concentrate on healing.
Send us an email with your details or call us in Batesville at 662-267-1776 or toll-free at 866-970-4650 to schedule a free consultation with a lawyer. All cases are taken on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing if you do not win your case.