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Get Compensation For Misdiagnosis Or Delayed Treatment

Early intervention can make the difference in the level and timing of your recovery and, in some cases, between life and death. Your options for treating cancer, heart disease, diabetes, infections and other ailments are much greater at their early, localized stages. A delay in diagnosis may interfere with your chance to receive the medical treatments you need.

At Revo Law Firm, LLC, established over 40 years ago in Albuquerque, our team can help you if you suffered harm because of misdiagnosis. Our attorney will thoroughly analyze your claim to determine if your doctor caused or exacerbated your medical condition through failure to diagnose your medical problems in time. We will then pursue the compensation for this devastating mistake.

Doctors’ Duty To Diagnose Disease

You must prove your health care provider deviated from the accepted standard of care and that his or her mistakes injured you to prevail in a medical malpractice claim. Your doctor has a duty to evaluate symptoms and prescribe tests to correctly diagnose your medical condition. Your doctor may be held liable for your delayed diagnosis if:

  • A doctor in the same specialty would have recognized the signs of your disease or taken further action.
  • Your doctor failed to refer you to a specialist or order appropriate diagnostic tests.
  • Your doctor’s mistakes resulted in the delayed diagnosis of your disease and impacted your opportunity to receive timely and proper treatments.
  • You were harmed by your doctor’s errors.

What Attorney Terrence Revo Can Do To Help You

Delayed diagnosis cases are complex, particularly when it comes to proving damages. A doctor may assert that the patient’s medical condition would have progressed to its current point even if the diagnosis had occurred earlier. Another common defense is that other doctors also would have been unable to diagnose the condition at its earlier stages.

In consultation with other medical experts, our lawyer will counter these attempts to deny responsibility. We will show the typical progression of your condition and the types of actions other doctors take under similar scenarios. Then, we will build a compelling case designed to obtain the maximum available settlement or award.

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Learn more about filing a medical malpractice claim by scheduling a free consultation with our law firm. Call 505-293-8888 or send us an email to get started. We are ready to help you recover the damages you deserve. We also offer flexible hours for your convenience.