Who can file lawsuits for failure to diagnosis sepsis?
If you received a misdiagnosis, delayed diagnosis, or no diagnosis due to a negligent physician, call us today to learn if you may benefit from pursuing legal action. Many victims who suffered in this way have filed in lawsuits for failure to diagnosis sepsis and received substantial settlements as a result. If you lost a loved one due to complications from a failure to diagnosis sepsis, you may be eligible to file one or more lawsuits on behalf of their estate. After a free consultation with one of our attorneys, your legal options will be made clear. Contact us to schedule your case review.
What is sepsis?
When a healthy person is exposed to bacteria, parasites, fungi, or viruses, its natural immune system will fight these threats in order to prevent infection from developing. If the body develops an infection, the immune system will make every attempt to rid the body of it though it often requires the assistance of antibiotics and other prescription medications. However, in some cases the immune system will respond to the threats by turning on itself which may result in a septic response. This is a toxic and life-threatening turn of events that if left untreated can result in organ failure, tissue damage, or even death. It is critical that a responding physician accurately diagnoses a septic condition before the body self-destructs by destroying its own internal organs and tissue. When there is a clear failure to diagnosis sepsis, the patient or patients may have grounds for lawsuits against the physician.
Who can help me file lawsuits against my physician for their failure to diagnosis my sepsis condition?
To increase the likelihood of a positive outcome, it’s imperative that you hire a skilled medical malpractice attorney who has the experience necessary to successfully fight a physician’s insurance company in court. It’s also important to understand that we do not collect a fee unless we win a client’s case or come to a settlement agreement out of court.
How do I know if I have grounds to file lawsuits for a failure to diagnosis my sepsis condition?
Medical malpractice cases are often difficult to pursue because of the amount of evidence and proof that are necessary to win a lawsuit. And because we are part of a professional network that includes respected physicians and other medical experts, we can call upon them as necessary to provide testimony in court on behalf of our clients. We encourage you to call us today so that your information and circumstances can be considered by a personal injury lawyer in Philadelphia, PA. We do not charge for this introductory consultation as it’s an opportunity for us to learn how and if we can assist you in recovering your damages. To learn if your case meets the criteria necessary to pursue lawsuits for a failure to diagnosis sepsis, give us a call.
Thanks to Wieand Law Firm, LLC for their insight into sepsis amputation lawsuits.