Aneurysm Misdiagnosis

Aneurysm is regularly listed as one of the top ten most commonly misdiagnosed diseases. If a doctor has failed to diagnose an aneurysm and that failure has caused an injury, talk to a lawyer about your options. You may have a medical malpractice case.

We should know. At The Donahey Law Firm, our lawyers have been representing clients in the Columbus area and throughout Ohio since 1968. Our clients include the victims of serious personal injury and medical malpractice, like aneurysm misdiagnosis.

Aneurysm is a cardiovascular medical condition characterized by the weakening of an artery wall until that artery develops a sac-like widened area. Experience has shown us that, when doctors fail to diagnose aneurysm, the consequences are often severe. Patients may be left in a coma or persistent vegetative state. They may also face wrongful death.

The Resources to Skillfully Handle Challenging Medical Malpractice Cases

Medical malpractice claims, like those involving brain aneurysm misdiagnosis, can be challenging cases to win. They often require extensive investigation and testimony from highly-regarded experts, as well as extensive review of medical documents. It is not unusual for a team of lawyers and support staff to spend thousands of hours preparing to take a case to trial.

Not every law firm has the resources to fund this in-depth work. Some law firms settle these claims or refer them to another attorney instead of taking them to trial. Others do not handle medical malpractice claims at all. At The Donahey Law Firm, our aneurysm misdiagnosis attorneys have the resources necessary to take your medical malpractice claim all the way to trial.

When we take your case, we handle everything from the very start of your case until its conclusion. We often conduct thorough discovery of all the facts involved. We interview witnesses, review files and consult with healthcare professionals. We conduct legal research, file legal documents and attend hearings. If a settlement offer is made, we will discuss it with you. If proceeding to trial is best, we are well equipped to handle that course of action as well.

You do not need to worry about the cost of this work, however. At our Ohio law offices, we assume the cost of taking cases to trial. Our clients only pay attorney fees if they achieve a successful jury verdict or settlement.

If you suspect that medical malpractice may have happened to you or someone you care about, you should ask — you need to ask — the difficult questions. Let us help you ask them. Call our Ohio law offices toll free at 866-918-5886 or contact us online. Initial consultations are free, confidential and at no obligation.

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