Because strokes are caused by insufficient blood supply to the brain, early intervention is critical. People who survive strokes but are not diagnosed and treated in a timely way may be left with permanent brain damage or worse. Our seasoned medical malpractice attorneys at D’Amico & Pettinicchi, LLC stand up for victims of negligent stroke misdiagnosis.
If a stroke misdiagnosis or delay in treatment has significantly impacted you and your family, contact us today to schedule your free consultation. A Watertown stroke misdiagnosis lawyer from our firm would be honored to meet with you and discuss your legal rights and options.
Symptoms of a transient ischemic attack (TIA for short, often a precursor to an actual stroke) or a full-blown stroke include:
Failure to diagnose and treat a stroke in a timely manner most often occurs in the emergency room setting but can occur in other healthcare settings as well. If the proper tests are done for patients who exhibit or complain of stroke-like symptoms, medication can be given generally in the first three hours from the time of onset of stroke symptoms which will dissolve blood clots and restore adequate blood flow to the brain. Without that immediate intervention, serious and permanent damage can occur. Our Watertown stroke misdiagnosis attorneys are prepared to help you seek justice for your losses.
When you come to us to discuss what happened to you, we’ll listen. We’ll answer any questions you may have and help you understand your legal rights and options. If we believe a preventable error led to your misdiagnosis, we will launch a thorough investigation to get to the bottom of what happened and find out whether you have legal recourse.
Stroke misdiagnosis cases are complex, but our committed lawyers in Watertown do the heavy lifting and keep you informed every step of the way. We’re often able to resolve these cases with an out-of-court settlement, but we are always ready to go to trial, including testing our arguments and strategies in our in-house courtroom.
Remember, you need to speak with an attorney as soon as possible after a misdiagnosis so that we can start our investigation and take legal action before any important deadlines expire. Contact us today to schedule your free, confidential consultation with a Watertown stroke misdiagnosis lawyer.