Individual in Illinois or elsewhere who are forced to visit a hospital for treatment generally rely on medical professionals to be capable of providing the care required. If a patient doesn't receive this standard of care, the result can be catastrophic, potentially leaving him or her to suffer serious harm to health, or worse. A lawsuit has recently been filed against two medical facilities after a failure to diagnose an embolism led to the death of a 41-year-old woman.
The birth of a child should be an event to celebrate, not to mourn. With numerous complications that may occur during labor, medical professionals are generally required to use the utmost diligence in the treatment of a patient. However, this doesn't always occur, and failure to diagnose a medical condition following a similar procedure could leave a family in Illinois in search of answers, and justice.
Patients in Illinois and elsewhere typically expect to receive a certain standard of care when forced to visit a medical facility. Those with serious medical issues rely on receiving proper diagnosis and treatment. Failure to diagnose and/or care for a patient's condition could be devastating, prompting many to seek out a second opinion should their health fail to improve.
A delayed or incorrect diagnosis can be devastating in various ways, and subsequent treatment based on either could do more harm than good. Patients in Illinois and elsewhere often rely on medical professionals to be capable of identifying and treating a condition, and failure to diagnose a condition can cause patients to suffer serious harm, or worse. A young girl in another state was recently awarded a $1.9 million judgment following a recent lawsuit under similar circumstances.
When a patient is forced to visit multiple medical facilities in search of an answer to his or her pain, the result can be devastating. Failure to diagnose and treat a serious health condition in a timely manner can cause a patient in Illinois to experience intense pain and suffering, and in some cases, may lead to his or her untimely death. A man in a neighboring state recently passed away after certain facilities allegedly failed to discover and treat a rare infection.
Patients with a serious medical condition who visit a hospital generally expect to receive a certain quality of care and treatment. Concerning the treatment of these conditions, the first step is often obtaining the correct diagnosis. A condition must be identified in order for the appropriate treatment to begin, and failure to diagnose, or correctly diagnose, the condition of a patient in Illinois can be detrimental to his or her overall health.
When a person visits a medical facility for diagnosis and treatment, timing is usually of the essence. Patients in Illinois expect medical professionals to properly evaluate and treat any possible health conditions. Failure to diagnose a condition can delay treatment required, which can in some cases lead to permanent damage to the health of a patient that may have otherwise been avoided. A music shop owner in another state claims he suffered similar harm as the result of the negligence of a radiologist.
When a person is forced to visit the hospital, he or she may have certain expectations of how things will go. With so many specialists in different fields, patients in Illinois expect to be treated properly and in a timely manner. Some injuries require immediate attention, and failure to diagnose such injuries can cause serious harm to the patient.
Illinois residents go to doctors because they are having symptoms that they cannot explain. They rely on medical professionals to figure out what is wrong and provide a course of treatment that will either cure or manage the issue. A failure to diagnose and treat an illness at all, or in a timely manner, could lead to irreparable harm from which the patient might never fully recover, if at all. In some cases, the patient does not survive.
Even when a pregnancy is going well, expectant mothers here in Illinois and across the globe can be hyper vigilant about their health and the health of their babies -- as they should be. Sadly, this can sometimes cause doctors to ignore their concerns by believing that a mother is simply being paranoid. The result could be a failure to diagnose a serious issue that could cause injury or death to either the mother or the infant.