When Physicians Fail To Diagnose Brain Bleeds
The diagnosis of a serious medical problem can cause shock and worry. But failure to diagnose a problem is often worse. If a problem is not discovered when it should be, patients miss the valuable treatment that could save their lives.
This is especially true for the victims of intracranial bleeding (bleeding inside the skull). These patients have only a small period of time before their lives are permanently changed or ended. The greater the bleeding, the more severe the condition and the greater the emergency. Getting quick and effective treatment is paramount to recovery.
Fair Compensation In The Aftermath Of Malpractice
Since 1988, Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C., has provided knowledgeable and effective legal representation to medical malpractice victims throughout Connecticut. Located in New Haven, we are dedicated to fighting health care professionals for fair compensation in medical malpractice and medical negligence cases.
Many of the cases we handle involve failure to diagnose serious medical conditions such as cancer and heart disease. We also represent families whose loved ones experienced intracranial bleeds that were not diagnosed in time.
When handling complex personal injury litigation, paying attention to the details is essential to your success. At Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C., we use a team approach to the cases we handle. In difficult cases, we often combine the work of several attorneys and paralegals who work extensively on the matter.
Our legal team reviews all relevant facts. We often partner with highly regarded legal experts to gain in-depth understanding. We also conduct thorough legal research using the latest internet research software.
By paying attention to the details, we often spot legal strengths and weaknesses that other attorneys miss. We use our knowledge to shape effective legal strategies that we use to settle cases favorably or achieve the best possible results at trial.
Did Medical Malpractice Cause Intracranial Bleeding?
When doctors fail to diagnose intracranial bleeding, they deny their patients the treatment that could save their lives. They must be held accountable. Schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced medical malpractice attorney today. Call our New Haven law firm at 866-689-1248 or contact us online.