Failure to Diagnose

Speak With an Attorney Today About Your Legal Options

Failure to diagnose, misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis are common medical malpractice claims because diagnosis errors actually occur quite frequently. If you or a loved one suspects a diagnosis error, you should immediately get a second opinion and consult a medical malpractice lawyer in Pennsylvania.

  • Roughly half of medical malpractice lawsuits involve delayed diagnosis or failure to diagnose claims, and thousands of lawsuits are filed each year across the U.S.
  • Payments made to victims are often hundreds of thousands of dollars, accounting for past, present and future damages.

    Compensation for a diagnosis error in your case will depend on the unique aspects of your situation. It is important that you consult with a lawyer who has experience investigating, building and trying complex cases.

    At Alvin F. de Levie & Associates, our team of attorneys has handled complex medical malpractice cases that have recovered millions. We help victims of malpractice throughout Pennsylvania, and we can meet with you anywhere in Pennsylvania or in our Philadelphia, State College, Clearfield, Lock Haven or Bellefonte offices.

    We offer free initial consultations, and we schedule meetings at your convenience.

    Call us today at 844-777-2529. We handle all upfront legal costs and bill on a contingency fee basis, which means we get paid only if you recover compensation.

    Advocating for Your Full and Fair Compensation

    If we can prove departure from a recognized standard of care and that a medical professional's mistake is what caused injury or death (causation), we will have a good case for medical malpractice recovery on your behalf.

    We will work closely with specialists and experts in healthcare, legal and financial fields to establish the full and fair value of your case.

    Don't Delay Your Legal Claim

    Taking quick action to begin building your case with an experienced injury attorney is critical. Evidence can disappear, memories can fade and the statute of limitations approaches very quickly.

    Whether your case involves improper screening or failed diagnosis of cancer, a heart condition, appendicitis or another disease or condition, time is of the essence to pursue the compensation you deserve for injuries, pain and suffering, lost income, disability and other damages.

    Get a Free Initial Consultation

    Please contact us online or call us at 844-777-2529 to speak with me about your unique case and concerns. I look forward to speaking with you.

    No fees or costs unless we make a recovery for you.

    • The National Law Journal