Misdiagnosis or Delayed Diagnosis

Hawaii Misdiagnosis Attorneys

Failure to diagnose, delay of diagnosis or misdiagnosis of a serious illness such as cancer or heart disease, which could lead to pain and suffering, permanent disability and possibly even death, is among the most serious errors a doctor can make.

When you have suffered needless additional pain, or lost hope of recovery, due to a health care professional's oversight, contact the Honolulu misdiagnosis lawyers of Cronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & Fairbanks and schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your potential medical malpractice lawsuit.

Failure to Diagnose Cancer Hawaii Lawyers

Misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose cancer, heart disease, or other life-threatening illnesses at the earliest possible stage could result in it growing worse, leading to serious complications, potentially death. You may be entitled to damages for what this mistake has caused, including:

  • Cost of medical treatment, hospitalization, long-term care, rehabilitation and hospitalization
  • Pain and suffering
  • Lost income
  • Other related damages

Medical malpractice cases are often difficult and expensive to investigate, prepare and present to a jury, due to the many factors involved in these kinds of cases. We have the available resources to prosecute these cases, including experienced attorneys and legal assistants with medical and malpractice backgrounds. Our medical malpractice attorneys also work with medical professionals on staff including doctors, registered nurses, military medical corpsman (medic), and hospital risk-prevention specialists to maximize our effectiveness in seeking compensation on your behalf.

When a doctor's failure to diagnose a serious illness has led to the death of a loved one, we can assist in filing a wrongful death lawsuit, based on medical malpractice.

Contact Our Oahu Delayed Diagnosis Attorneys

To schedule a free initial consultation with a Maui attorney after you or a loved one has suffered due to failure to diagnose cancer, heart disease or other life-threatening illness, contact us .