Medical Malpractice & Failure to Properly Treat Your Medical Condition
Thousands of people will file lawsuits this year against a healthcare provider
for not properly treating their medical condition. Many times this occurs
as a result of a misdiagnosis or a delayed diagnosis. Improper treatment
can also include administering the wrong medication for your medical needs.
If your healthcare provider misdiagnoses you, you could be treated for
a medical condition that you do not even have, which is medical malpractice.
This can turn into a more serious problem than your original illness.
For instance, if your healthcare provider believes you have certain type
of cancer, then surgery might be suggested. You could also be administered
medication, such as chemotherapy, for an illness that you do not have,
which could make any medical problems you do have, even worse.
Sometimes the diagnosis of your medical condition can be delayed. If you
have a serious medical problem, this could be disastrous. You deserve
to be notified and treated as soon as possible if you are suffering from
a medical condition. By delaying a correct diagnosis, your healthcare
provider could be placing you in harms way by allowing other medical problems
Lastly, healthcare providers sometimes prescribe the wrong medications
to treat medical conditions. Taking the wrong medication causes the wrongful
death of thousands of people every year. You deserve to not only be given
the correct medication for your medical condition, but also to be given
medications that will not harm you without you knowing it.
If you believe that your healthcare provider did not treat you within the
expected standard of care, then contact an experienced medical malpractice
attorney immediately. The attorneys at Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata &
Siegel, P.C. will work with you to review your medical history and determine
if you are the victim of
If it is determined that you were the victim of medical malpractice because
your healthcare provider did not properly treat you, then you are entitled
to compensation medical bills, pain, suffering, and loss of wages. To
find out if you have a medical malpractice claim, contact the medical
malpractice attorneys at Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C.
for your free consultation.