Fairfield Failure to Diagnose Lawyer
Fairfield Attorneys: Failure to Diagnose
Often, early diagnosis is the key to recovering from or surviving a serious illness or disease. A failure to diagnose can lead to delayed treatment, inappropriate treatment or no treatment at all. A failure to diagnose cancer can have devastating consequences. It can allow the disease to progress or metastasize to such an extent that you require surgery and treatments that could have been avoided if diagnosed earlier. In the worst case, it can rob you of the opportunity of any treatment at all and/or a chance of recovery.
At Ury & Moskow, LLC, our lawyers are committed to helping those who have suffered from doctors' failures to diagnose cancer or other conditions recover fair and just compensation. Our attorneys serve clients in Norwalk, Stamford, Bridgeport, New Haven, Hartford, Danbury, Waterbury and all of Connecticut, and in New York and Washington, D.C., from offices in Fairfield, Connecticut, and Washington, D.C.
The most common failure to diagnose cases involve the following:
If you or a loved one has suffered from a failure to diagnose and that failure to diagnose caused injury, you might be entitled to compensation for that injury. Our lawyers have recovered substantial verdicts and settlements through litigation and out-of-court negotiations for victims of failure to diagnose a disease or injury.
Fairfield Failure to Diagnose Disease Misdiagnosis Lawyers
Our Fairfield failure to diagnose lawyers work with nationally recognized medical experts to successfully resolve medical malpractice cases for our clients. The law firm of Ury & Moskow, LLC, provides the personal attention our clients need to recover and the legal sophistication they need to secure compensation after improper care or treatment by medical providers. We understand that it may be impossible to completely restore the damage and loss in these situations, but we vigorously pursue a resolution that will compensate you to the full extent available under the law.
Contact the medical malpractice attorneys at Ury & Moskow, LLC, today for a free consultation and case review. Medical malpractice and medical negligence cases are taken on a contingency basis, meaning there are no fees until we recover compensation for your injuries and you owe no attorneys’ fees at all if you do not successfully recover on your claim.
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