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Advocating For The Rights Of People Who Were Misdiagnosed In Florida

Did a doctor misdiagnose your serious illness? Did a failure to diagnose a medical condition result in a death of a loved one?

Medical malpractice cases involving a failure to diagnose and misdiagnoses are complex. Victims of a medical professional’s negligence require legal counsel that provides aggressive representation and more. Hospitals and malpractice insurance companies enjoy vast resources in disputing claims. A skilled lawyer can help even the odds you and your family can face.

Diligently Pursuing Justice For Victims Of Medical Misdiagnoses

At the firm of Walborsky Bradley & Fleming, PLLC, in Pensacola, we combine the experience of our attorneys with a network of medical experts and other industry-respected individuals. We are tireless advocates for victims of medical malpractice who focus on the best outcome for our clients and their families.

For a free consultation, please call our office in Pensacola at 850-250-4252 or contact us online.

Your ability to recover from a disease is based on an accurate and timely diagnosis by a trusted health professional. Deviating from the accepted standard of care can lead to an illness becoming more serious, if not fatal. Common medical malpractice claims in this area involve the following diseases and medical conditions:

  • Cancer
  • Heart attack
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes
  • Pulmonary embolism
  • Appendicitis

Lacking an accurate diagnosis, issues go unchecked and patients go without necessary care. For many medical conditions and diseases, particularly cancer, early detection is paramount.

Identifying the party responsible for the misdiagnosis or the failure to diagnose requires the help of medical professionals in similar disciplines. Doctors are not always responsible, as claims have been pursued against nurses, anesthesiologists, pharmacists and lab technicians.

While you seek the medical care you have been lacking, we will focus on our pursuit of justice. No amount of money can turn back the clock. However, you and your family are entitled to compensation for immediate and future medical and financial needs.

Let Us Help You Today

While no amount of money will ever completely replace what you’ve lost, a monetary award can help secure your financial future. Contact us at Walborsky Bradley & Fleming, PLLC, by sending us an email or calling us locally at 850-250-4252 or toll free at 850-250-4252.