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Failure to Diagnose

Posted: February 4, 2015
Category: blog

Experienced Attorneys for Challenging Medical Malpractice Cases

Maybe you felt relieved after a doctor initially said the symptoms were nothing, or something minor. Sometimes only later on, when the damage is done and you or your loved one has suffered severe and irreparable harm, does it become clear that the doctor was not really listening.

Failure to diagnose or misdiagnosis of a disease or illness is among the most common medical malpractice claims. Even so, these claims are challenging to prove, requiring an experienced, knowledgeable lawyer. At Monro Law Firm P.S. Inc., you will work with Lake Stevens attorneys for failure to diagnose who have the skills, knowledge and judgment to help you investigate and proceed with a medical malpractice claim.

Representation for Failure to Diagnose Cancer and Other Serious Illnesses

Our law firm has advocated for injured patients and their families for more than 20 years. We provide assistance after doctors and other medical personnel fail to diagnose or misdiagnose serious diseases such as:


  • Cancer

  • Infections

  • Heart attacks and heart disease

  • Strokes

  • Other serious illnesses and diseases.


In some situations, delaying diagnosis deprives a patient of the best chance to beat the disease. Once a cancer has spread, an infection has taken over or a serious heart attack occurred, it may be too late. Misdiagnosing illnesses and diseases can also delay necessary treatment, and it may lead to harmful and unnecessary treatments as well. There are signs and symptoms of disease, and your medical professionals have a duty to investigate them.

Free Consultation With Our Everett Medical Misdiagnosis Attorneys

If you or a loved one has suffered harm because a medical professional failed to diagnose your condition or misdiagnosed you, contact us today for a no-risk, free initial consultation. When we represent you, our services are offered on a contingency basis, meaning you do not owe us attorney's fees unless and we until obtain compensation for you.

Call us today at 360-863-3728 or contact us online.