Medical Malpractice: Failure to Diagnose

Types of Medical Malpractice in Killeen & Temple

When cancer, heart attacks, strokes and other medical conditions are diagnosed in a timely manner, the prognosis for recovery can be quite positive. The longer a medical condition goes undetected, the greater the chances are that the patient will die from or suffer serious illness complications or disease.

If you have sustained further illness or complications due to a physician’s failure to diagnose cancer, heart attack, stroke or other condition, or if your loved one died due to a failed diagnosis, a skilled Texas medical malpractice attorney from The Carlson Law Firm can assist you.

The team at The Carlson Law Firm is fighting to improve the safety and quality of patient care in Texas, one case at a time. We protect the rights of patients and their families who have been affected by failed diagnoses. We provide dedicated, aggressive representation to victims of medical malpractice in Texas.

Case Evaluation from a Texas Medical Malpractice Attorney

Our skilled medical malpractice attorneys will fight for justice and maximum compensation if a mistake led to a failed diagnosis. Physicians, laboratory technicians, emergency room personnel and other health care professionals are required to comply with the standard of care. If the standard of care was breached and it resulted in serious illness, injury or death, you may have a viable claim. Our lawyers can talk to you about misdiagnosis of life-threatening conditions that include:

  • Heart attack
  • Stroke
  • Breast cancer
  • Lung cancer
  • Skin cancer
  • Oral cancer
  • Prostate cancer

Contact The Carlson Law Firm Today

Don’t let another day pass without the honest answers and dedicated legal representation you can count on. If your life or the life of someone you care about has been changed forever due to a doctor’s mistake, contact The Carlson Law Firm. We offer free initial consultations with a Texas medical malpractice lawyer.

With offices in cities such as Killeen, Temple, Waco and San Antonio, TX, we are able to serve injured clients statewide. No appointment is required during normal business hours, and bilingual staff members are available to assist our Spanish-speaking clients.

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