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Misdiagnosis of Heart Attack of Stroke

Thanks to advances in modern medicine, heart attacks and strokes are more survivable now than ever before. New drugs and new procedures can stop a stroke or heart attack in its tracks, and can prevent or reduce long-term damage to the brain or heart muscle. All this good news, however, is dependent upon the ability of doctors and emergency personnel to provide a timely diagnosis of a heart attack or stroke, and to quickly administer appropriate treatment. 

Unfortunately, this does not always happen. Crowded emergency rooms, inexperienced staff, and unreasonable acts or omissions, can result in delayed diagnosis or misdiagnosis and permanent harm to you or a loved one. When doctors and hospitals commit avoidable errors, a Phoenix medical malpractice lawyer at Palumbo Wolfe & Palumbo can help. Such situations are emotionally and financially stressful, and you have suffered from something of this nature, you deserve to be properly compensation. If your loved one was injured or died as a result of a delayed or misdiagnosis, contact us to discuss your options for seeking justice through a medical malpractice lawsuit.

Advocacy for Fatal Heart Attack or Stroke Misdiagnosis in Phoenix

If you believe that your loved one suffered harm, or died, because of a delayed diagnosis or fatal misdiagnosis, contact our office in Phoenix to schedule a free consultation with an experienced malpractice trial attorney. This is a no-risk call: we handle all cases on a contingency basis, and you pay no attorney fees unless we obtain compensation on your behalf.

If you have recently suffered from a heart attack or stroke misdiagnosis, contact a Phoenix heart attack misdiagnosis attorney for your initial case consultation so that we can begin helping you in your fight for maximum monetary compensation.


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