Seattle Misdiagnosis Lawyers
A Doctor’s Responsibility To Diagnose Properly
Just because a doctor gives you a “clean bill of health” does not mean that their diagnosis was accurate. You may have a serious medical problem that has gone undiagnosed. By the time the affliction is discovered, it could be severe or even terminal. At Greaney Scudder Law Firm in Kent, Washington, we advocate for clients victimized by their physician’s negligence.
Too much is at stake. What could have been a minor medical issue is now a life-changing disease that requires aggressive treatment. Personal and professional lives are forever affected. Contact us at 253-236-0793 or toll free at 877-449-0506.
Seasoned Medical Malpractice Attorneys
Our medical malpractice attorneys are experienced in representing clients whose doctor failed to diagnose cancer, conduct appropriate testing or treat an immediate medical condition in an ER. With a disease or injury left unnoticed and untreated, you run the risk of a debilitating condition or death.
Securing Medical Expertise To Build Your Case
At Greaney Scudder Law Firm, we take the time and energy necessary to identify and locate top medical experts to help prove your case. Factual evidence is vital. However, a peer doctor’s validation of a misdiagnosis means the difference in securing a verdict or settlement for your damages.
Using Our Financial Resources, Not Yours
While medical malpractice cases are often complicated and require monetary resources to build your misdiagnosis case, we do not receive any payment for our attorney’s time from you until your case settles. If you do not receive a settlement, verdict or another award, you do not need to pay attorney fees. In other words, you can afford an attorney even for the most complicated of medical malpractice cases.
An Important Note On Procedure
If you have been harmed by medical malpractice, or someone close to you has, it is important to be informed about the procedures that apply in those cases.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding a delayed diagnosis or a failure to treat a serious medical condition, please contact us.