Protecting Patients From Failures in Health Care
What Constitutes Failiure to Diagnose?
The Types Damages We Seek to
Recover From the Responsible Party:
- Lost of Consortium and House Hold Services
- Past and Future Medical Expenses
- Past and Future Lost Wages
- Past and Future Pain and Suffering
- Past and Future Mental Anguish
- Past and Future Physical Impairment
Failure to Diagnose Claims and Injuries
The first step in addressing any illness is a proper and timely diagnosis. If you or a loved one is dealing with the consequences of a doctor's failure to diagnose a serious medical condition, you are probably struggling with many questions, such as: Is the condition permanent? How will I cover medical costs? Was this avoidable? When a patient is harmed by a misdiagnosis or a delayed diagnosis, most doctors will try to insist that the problem was unavoidable. Not all situations involve medical negligence. However, we will provide a free evaluation of your potential case.
Taking The Right Approach - Advocating for Patient Safety
The Kemmy Lawyers spend a considerable amount of time in the courtroom, and in front of juries. However, going to trial can always be a risk. In recent years, insurance companies and other corporations have spent billions to run a remarkable propaganda campaign against trial lawyers and their clients. They have been so effective that jurors are now often suspicious of injured victims who have hired a trial lawyer to hold the wrongdoer accountable. However, with the right approach, we have found that when jurors actually hear about a legitimate injury caused by the violation of basic safety rules that we all depend on, they are fair and just with their verdict.