Seattle Misdiagnosed Illness Lawyer
Proper diagnosis can be the difference between timely care and a tragic death. It can be extremely difficult, however, to know whether a delayed or missed diagnosis of an illness was due to an error on the part of a physician or other medical provider. The experienced legal team at Miracle Pruzan & Pruzan knows how to review the medical records in these situations to determine whether the mistake is reason to bring a malpractice lawsuit against a negligent doctor or hospital.
Our attorneys have decades of experience working with misdiagnosis claims and can assist you when you are dealing with the consequences of:
- Cancer misdiagnosis
- Failure to spot the signs of heart attack and other cardiac conditions
- Misdiagnosis of aneurysm
- Misdiagnosis of meningitis or other severe bacterial infections
- Failure to identify the risk of pulmonary embolism
Whether your case involves a diagnosis errors or any other medical malpractice matter, our firm does not charge you anything unless and until we obtain a settlement for you. We work with clients throughout Washington state.
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Attorney Steven R. Pruzan has advocated for individuals in medical malpractice lawsuits for more than 35 years, in which time he has won numerous multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements for his clients. These cases are complex, require a great deal of resources to pursue and often take a year or more to resolve.
Once our firm takes your case, we are committed to achieving the best possible outcome. Oftentimes, medical malpractice cases are resolved without going to trial, but attorney Pruzan is always prepared and capable of protecting your rights in court if a fair and full settlement cannot be reached through negotiations.
If you have questions about a missed diagnosis or any other medical malpractice matter, call 206-388-5038 or email us to schedule a free consultation with a Seattle misdiagnosed illness attorney who can protect your rights. We will assess the facts of your case and recommend the best steps to take next.