Serving The Injured In New York And Pennsylvania

Holding Doctors Accountable For Your Misdiagnosis

We trust our doctors to perform their duties correctly so they can provide you with the accurate treatment you need to recover from your illnesses and injuries. Failing to meet these duties can cost you and your health dearly, and you deserve to earn fair compensation to cover the costs of the consequences.

At The Perry Law Firm LLC, we have more than 20 years of experience defending insurance companies in personal injury claims, and now we are using our experience to help the victims of reckless or negligent actions.

The Causes And Consequences

There are many different factors that can lead to a misdiagnosis. Our responsibility as your legal representative is to identify the unique cause of your misdiagnosis claim and use that information to hold your doctor or another medical professional accountable.

Common causes of misdiagnosis include:

  • Inaccurate test results, coming from poorly maintained equipment or inability to read the results
  • Lack of proper education, making the hospital liable for hiring the doctor in the first place
  • Rushing through the test results, not listening to the patient or collecting the necessary information

When a misdiagnosis happens, a patient can miss out on the correct treatment that they need, which can result in the condition getting worse or even untreatable. A neglected ailment can cost a patient additional medical expenses or cause permanent injuries like paralysis or death. Our goal is to see that you receive the compensation that accurately reflects the total costs of your malpractice claim and not just the initial expenses.

Begin Your Claim With Us

If you believe that you or a loved one suffered serious injuries from a misdiagnosis, contact our Scranton or New York City office immediately. We can help you review your unique case and help you pursue the compensation you deserve. Call us at 866-400-1976 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation today.