ST. LOUIS FAILURE TO DIAGNOSE A HEART ATTACK LAWYERS
Springfield Failure to Diagnose a Stroke Attorneys
Headaches and chest tightness may be caused by everyday stress — or they could indicate a serious heart condition. It is up to the cardiovascular specialist to properly determine the true nature of the phenomenon. If the physician fails to diagnose a blood clot or a constriction in an artery leading to the heart, life-endangering complications could result.
At Devereaux, Stokes, Fernandez & Leonard, we represent people in cases involving failure to diagnose heart conditions and strokes. Our firm has the experience and trial skills needed to win medical malpractice cases — and we work tenaciously to obtain results for every client.
If a doctor has failed to diagnose your heart condition or that of a loved one, we can represent you. Contact us today for a free consultation.
In one case, our firm obtained a $7 million settlement on behalf of a teenage boy who suffered extensive brain damage following a failure to diagnose and treat a pulmonary embolism.
Experienced Medical Malpractice Lawyers
Devereaux, Stokes, Fernandez & Leonard in St. Louis, Missouri, has more than 30 years of experience in medical malpractice and improper medical diagnosis cases. Our firm has the medical and financial resources needed to undertake complex litigation involving medical negligence.
Our team of trial attorneys works with leading cardiovascular experts from across the country to document medical negligence and determine what physicians should have done. We vigorously represent each client during depositions, pre-trial hearings and if necessary at trial. Our firm will work diligently at all stages of the legal process to obtain results for you.
When a patient has a blood clot or artery constriction, minutes can matter. The doctor has a responsibility to accurately diagnose the nature of the condition — and to use all of the resources he or she has to provide treatment. Devereaux, Stokes, Fernandez & Leonard will seek maximum compensation for you.
It’s critical for consumers to be their own advocates, and to know the symptoms and signs so that they can recognize a heart attack and stroke and can seek proper medical attention. For more information visit the website of the American Heart Association.
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Contact us for a free consultation with a lawyer about a case involving failure to diagnose a heart attack or heart condition.