West Palm Beach Medical Malpractice Attorneys
The symptoms of a heart attack are distinct and well known in the medical profession: chest pain, shortness of breath, pain in the arms and shoulders, nausea and others. While these symptoms may not immediately imply a heart attack to the patient, they should drive any worthwhile medical professional into prevention mode to stop a heart attack.
If a patient describes these symptoms to a doctor, immediate preventative action should be taken followed by specific testing to determine if a heart attack is taking place. If the doctor fails to do so, it can result in serious long-term health issues and, in many cases, the death of the patient. If you or a loved one has experienced a negative health impact or been killed due to the misdiagnosis of a heart attack, you may have grounds for a medical malpractice claim.
Fighting for Florida Heart Attack Misdiagnosis Victims
At the law firm of Babbitt, Johnson, Osborne & Le Clainche, our Florida heart attack misdiagnosis attorneys provide skillful representation to heart attack victims when the negligence of a medical professional has caused serious harm. We aggressively seek compensation for your medical care, loss of enjoyment of life, loss of earning capacity and other considerations.
We also represent the families of heart attack victims whose loved ones have died due to a doctor's error. Through a wrongful death claim, we can help you seek compensation for the loss your family has suffered, including loss of income, loss of consortium, loss of parental support and guidance, medical care, funeral expenses and other considerations.
Discuss Your Heart Attack Misdiagnosis Case With a Lawyer
Contact our office to schedule a free consultation where you can speak with an attorney about your heart attack misdiagnosis questions. We will give you an honest assessment of your case and explain your legal options. You can reach us by phone at 561-684-2500, toll free at 888-666-0523 or via e-mail.
Every case we accept is handled on a contingency basis, so you won't be charged any attorney's fees unless we win.