The Committed Legal Counsel You Need after a Misdiagnosis

Being given the wrong diagnosis can have devastating effects on a person’s life. Whether the wrong diagnosis was concerning a disease that was not diagnosed, or the wrongful diagnosis of a disease that the individual does not have, doctors and medical personnel must be held responsible for their negligent actions.

At Hay & Knight, PLLC, our misdiagnosis lawyers have been handling a wide range of medical malpractice cases for over 40 years. We are committed to providing thorough medical malpractice representation to clients who have received the wrong diagnosis of an illness, resulting in long-term medical effects. Below are just some of the types of wrong diagnosis situations that we confidently handle. From our office in Somerset, we represent clients throughout the state of Kentucky.

Failure to Diagnose

Closely related to the misdiagnosis of a disease or illness is the failure to diagnose. These cases often have the same devastating effects and can lead to a more immediate death if the failure to diagnose is related to a stroke or heart attack. Many failure-to-diagnose cases stem from understaffed and overutilized emergency rooms. A medical emergency requires special attention from medical staff in order to see that the situation is properly handled. However, due to the confusion and chaos that often exists in an emergency facility, a patient may suffer and be injured as a result.

Contact a Misdiagnosis Lawyer

Let us help you fight against the medical malpractice that resulted in your injuries or the death of a loved one. Contact a Kentucky misdiagnosis attorney at Hay & Knight, PLLC in Somerset today and schedule a free initial consultation. You can also call us at 606-679-2214. Cases are taken on a percentage basis, so there is never a financial risk to families who believe they have been victimized.


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During your consultation, we will be direct and honest with you about whether we believe your case has a reasonable assurance of success. If we take your case, you will not be responsible for any legal fees or expenses unless we recover compensation for you.