Louisville, KY Failure To Diagnose/Misdiagnosis
The more time you have to fight an illness, the more likely that treatment will be successful. Early diagnosis is an important factor in combating cancer, heart disease and other diseases. When you go to the doctor, you have the right to expect that he or she will run the appropriate tests to diagnose your condition. When a doctor fails to make an accurate diagnosis or misdiagnoses your illness, you may not be able to receive the treatment you need.
If you have reason to believe that your doctor failed to diagnose your disease or misdiagnosed your disease, you may have a medical malpractice case. By working with a skilled malpractice attorney, you can get answers to your questions and compensation for your injuries.
An Experienced Lawyer Helping Victims Of Medical Negligence
My name is Kirsten R. Daniel. From my office in Louisville, I represent people across Kentucky and Indiana in all types of medical malpractice cases. Over my career, I have represented many people in failure to diagnose and misdiagnosis cases. I am able to take on all types of cases, including:
- Failure to diagnose a heart attack or stroke
- Failure to diagnose cancer
- Failure to diagnose an infection while in the hospital
- Misdiagnosis of a spinal cord injury
In some situations, the misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose an illness may require far more invasive procedures. For instance, breast cancer, when caught early, may be treated with only a lumpectomy. On the other hand, a breast cancer misdiagnosis may require a mastectomy.
With nearly two decades of experience, I have the medical, legal and strategic knowledge necessary to give my clients every chance of success. I prepare every case for the possibility of trial, and will not hesitate to bring your case before a jury if that is the only way to ensure that you are treated fairly. This approach has led to successful outcomes for my clients time and again.
Contact Kirsten R. Daniel
I provide a free initial consultation to discuss your situation, and accept all malpractice claims on a contingent fee basis. Call 502-561-2005 or complete my online contact form to begin.