Did A Military Medical Professional Misdiagnose You?
One would be surprised to know how often a failure to diagnose or a misdiagnosis results in serious and even fatal complications. A delay in diagnosis can lead to all sorts of medical problems and death. If you have suffered because of a military doctor’s failure to diagnose your injury or medical condition, including heart disease and cancer, contact military doctor medical misdiagnosis attorneys at Cronin & Maxwell in Jacksonville, Florida, for a free initial consultation. We represent military personnel and their families at military bases throughout the world.
Holding Military Doctors And Hospitals Accountable
Military personnel and their families deserve the same level of medical care as any civilian. The Federal Tort Claims Act and Military Claims Act impose serious restrictions on a military member’s ability to file a medical malpractice claim against a military doctor or hospital. Our lawyers understand the challenges associated with military medical malpractice claims and know how to fight for the compensation that you deserve.
Injuries And Complications Due To Misdiagnosis
Misdiagnosis or a failure to diagnose a serious medical condition at a naval hospital can have devastating long-term effects on your life and often results in the loss of a loved one. Many undiagnosed medical conditions can be the basis of a medical malpractice claim, including:
- Different types of cancer
- Heart attacks
- Infections like meningitis
- MRSA infections/flesh-eating bacteria
- Food poisoning
- Intestinal blockage
- Fetal distress
Medical mistakes often occur because a doctor, nurse or another medical professional failed to adhere to an established standard of care. Like all physicians, military doctors must strictly adhere to professional standards. If you have suffered serious health consequences because of a doctor’s failure to diagnose your condition, contact military doctor medical misdiagnosis attorneys at Cronin & Maxwell at 904-302-6414 to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced medical malpractice attorney.