Qualified Greenville Medical Malpractice Attorneys

It is the responsibility of all doctors to provide the proper care that patient’s need, otherwise known as a duty of care. If a doctor fails to diagnose a medical condition or does not properly diagnose an illness or injury, it is considered an act or negligence.

At Harris Law Firm, PLLC, we recognize that when it comes to instances of misdiagnosis, the ramifications of such negligent actions can be life-altering. This is why we believe in fighting for the rights of our clients. For over 30 years, our top-rated Greenville injury lawyers have sought to protect the rights of the injured throughout Mississippi.

Call our office at 877-714-4171 for a free consultation!

How Do You Prove Instances of Misdiagnosis?

In order to obtain financial help to cover the costs associated with the aftermath of diagnostic errors, the patient has to prove that three things occurred.

  1. That there was a pre-existing doctor-patient relationship
  2. That the doctor was negligent, providing improper treatment
  3. It was the actual incident of negligence that led to their injuries

The crux of most medical malpractice cases lies within proving the last two elements. Proving these to be true can be extremely difficult without the help of a knowledgeable personal injury attorney who knows and understands how the laws operate in Mississippi.

Common Diagnostic Issues

Unfortunately, incorrect diagnosis happens more often than it should. Instances of misdiagnosis can result in devastating injuries, worsen preexisting conditions, or even result in a wrongful death.

Some commonly misdiagnosed conditions include:

  • Cancer
  • Heart attack
  • Stroke
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Thyroid conditions
  • Aortic dissection

If you believe that your condition could have been properly treated if it had been discovered in time by your physician, talk with our Greenville misdiagnosis lawyer.

Personalized Solutions & Supportive Representation

Let us provide you with one-on-one legal assistance during this time so that you can focus on what is most important – your own health and well-being. At Harris Law Firm, PLLC we have been helping the injured since 1981. There is no case too complicated for our firm to handle.

Get in touch with our firm today to discuss your malpractice claim during a free, confidential case evaluation.