Failure to Diagnose

Consequences of Medical Malpractice

When someone is injured or ill, we put our faith in the medical profession to find out what is wrong and hopefully fix it. Failure to conduct the correct tests soon enough or failure to correctly interpret test results can result in unnecessary pain and suffering.

Failure to diagnose can result in birth injuries, injury from dangerous drugs, or wrongful death. If you suspect that you or a loved one has been injured, suffered needlessly or has died because of medical malpractice you should consult a Shreveport injury lawyer at once.

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Importance of Legal Representation

A misdiagnosis of a life threatening medical condition can mean that the correct treatment is delayed. When too much time elapses, even though the correct treatment is finally administered, it may prove too late to prevent permanent injury or death. X-rays, laboratory tests, fetal monitors, MRI's and other medical data can only be used effectively if they are correctly and swiftly interpreted.

A personal injury attorney at Morris, Dewett & Savoie, LLC has the experience and resources to review test results and medical records to determine if the care rendered can be categorized as medical malpractice.

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Hospitals, physicians, nurses, nursing homes and other facilities and health care professionals must be held to a high standard. Our legal team has over 70 years of combined legal experience in assisting those who have been injured through the negligence of another to obtain the financial compensation needed to enable them to go on with their lives. We have the experience and the resources you need and are here to help you with your claim for damages. Talk to a respected personal injury lawyer about your case.

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