(214) 651-6100
1-800-ATTORNEY (toll-free) Dallas Personal Injury Lawyers
Send us an email! Call us!
by Jeff Rasansky - December 3, 2013
Jeff Rasansky
Jeff Rasansky, managing partner of Rasansky Law Firm, is an aggressive Dallas personal injury lawyer with 25 years of legal experience.

In some cases, medical malpractice is defined by the missing of a diagnosis that should have been caught. Sometimes, patients end up suing doctors because the doctor missed a diagnosis and, because of having done so, reduced the patient’s overall chances of survival. A recent case in Minnesota, relates the tale of a girl with a rare cancer of the muscles that was not diagnosed and how her parents are fighting in court to sue for medical malpractice.

Reducing Chances for Cancer Mistakes

intensive care unit monitor

There are cases where cancer misdiagnosis lawyers argue malpractice claims based on the fact that the medical malpractice involved reduced their client’s chances of survival. In the worst-case scenarios, the lawyers end up arguing that the missed diagnosis actually ended up causing the client’s death. No matter how the missed diagnosis affects the client’s life, there is oftentimes an opportunity to sue provided that the malpractice did have some measurable and negative effect on the client’s life or on the lives of the client’s family. Sometimes, a reduction in one’s chances of living is sufficient reason to sue.

Death

The worst cases are when a missed diagnosis turns deadly. These cases can involve anything from a case of bronchitis that ended up laying someone low to an instance where someone’s heart condition wasn’t diagnosed properly and where that negligence ended up costing the person their life. There are plenty of ways that cancer mistakes can end up costing someone their life and, in many of these cases, contacting a lawyer is the best thing that the family of the victim can do for themselves.

The law provides a way for families to recover damages if they lose a loved one because of the tremendous financial fallout and pain and suffering such losses cause. The financial implications of losing someone are oftentimes not realized until many years later. The emotional impact may never fully heal.

Finding a good attorney is the first step in suing for medical malpractice. If you believe that your loved one lost their life because a doctor didn’t come through in their duties, contact an attorney. The attorney can sit down with you, discuss your case and let you know if it seems like pursuing a lawsuit would yield worthwhile results. Sometimes, the awards can be considerable in these cases and can certainly provide enough money to help the family recover, at least in the financial sense.

Write a comment:

*

Your email address will not be published.

Copyright © 2016 Rasansky Law Firm - Dallas Personal Injury Lawyers. All Rights Reserved.