Florida Doctor Malpractice Lawyers Handling Cases Involving Aortic Dissections Misdiagnosis
Aortic dissections are extremely serious and often deadly. It is critical they are found early so that they can be repaired before a major tear occurs causing severe heart muscle trauma and internal bleeding that is usually fatal. However, sometimes aortic dissections are missed, misdiagnosed or treated incorrectly by medical professionals. When this happens, it is vital that you seek out proper medical care and consult with a medical malpractice lawyer who is experienced at handling these types of cases.
Freidin Brown, P.A. has been handling aortic dissection misdiagnosis cases since we opened our doors over 40 years ago in South Florida. Our experience is evidenced by the verdicts and settlements we have achieved as well as the compassionate yet comprehensive approach we take to these types of cases. If you or a loved one has suffered an aortic dissection misdiagnosis, contact us today to speak with us about your legal options and remedies.
A victim of an aortic dissection may feel stabbing back pain, experience heartburn and experience a drop in blood pressure as well as waxing and waning overall pain, including nausea. People that often present with these symptoms can easily be misdiagnosed by an emergency room physician/doctor or a general practitioner for any number of other conditions like a stroke because the common symptoms are so general.
Also, people who have hypertension (high blood pressure) are at a greater risk for an aortic dissection so their physicians should be closely monitoring the patients' cardiac health. This is exactly why extensive testing and close monitoring must be done when patients show these common signs so an aortic dissection can be discovered and treated properly.
If an aortic dissection is discovered, the aorta must be repaired through surgery. If a surgical error occurs during an aortic dissection or during a surgery for an unrelated condition, we can help prove this mistake. Unfortunately, a failure to diagnose an aortic dissection timely can be fatal and we will help you pursue a wrongful death lawsuit if this happens and your loved one was not treated properly.
We are here to stand by you and take care of your legal needs so that you can focus on your recovery or attend to your grieving family if you have lose a loved one to an aortic dissection. Our aortic dissections misdiagnosis attorneys will aggressively negotiate on your behalf and will take your case to trial, if necessary. Contact us today to speak with our knowledgeable staff to see how we can help you.
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