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Tampa Failure to Diagnose Lawyers



Most medical conditions have telltale symptoms that should drive any doctor to take additional steps to make a definitive diagnosis of the problem. In some situations, however, a doctor will not be able to identify a condition and may send a patient home with a general treatment regimen.


In many cases, this nonchalant approach can seriously jeopardize the patient's health if the condition is left untreated and allowed to spread. If you or a loved one is facing a serious health issue that was aggravated due to an inaccurate diagnosis, you may have grounds for a malpractice claim. These are complex cases, and the assistance of a qualified Florida medical malpractice lawyer can help to ensure that your interests are protected.


Strong Representation in Complex Misdiagnosis Cases

The Tampa failure to diagnose attorneys at the law firm of Gibbs & Parnell, P.A., hold negligent doctors accountable when they cause patients unnecessary and avoidable harm. Doctors can take a number of different steps to make an accurate diagnosis, including ordering additional tests, referring the patient for additional care or a second opinion, among others. When they fail to do so, patients can and should hold them accountable.


We have successfully resolved a number of different misdiagnosis claims for our clients, including cancer, heart attack or heart disease, stroke, depression and many others. When you hire our firm, we seek full compensation on your behalf. If the misdiagnosis ultimately led to the death of a loved one, we can help you pursue a wrongful death claim.


Speak to One of Our Tampa Cancer Misdiagnosis Attorneys

Contact our office today to discuss your failure to diagnose case with a lawyer. We offer a free initial consultation to all new clients. We are available during regular business hours and by appointment at other times. You can reach us by phone at 813-975-4444 or via e-mail.


We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. We don't collect a fee unless we win the case, and we never take more than the client.



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