Missed Heart Attacks Can Rob Patients Of Opportunities For Timely, Effective Treatments

Whether you reported to an emergency room or complained in a medical clinic of symptoms indicating a possible heart attack, you naturally expected doctors to take your complaints seriously.

After a heart attack, a review of what happened between you and your doctor or doctors may make it difficult to understand how any health care professional could have missed unmistakable signs of a heart attack in progress. In fact, however, human error sometimes has negative consequences even in highly regarded doctors' practices.

If you were the unlucky one whose heart attack was missed, you may have incurred expenses and suffered physical harm that could have been prevented. A conversation with a medical malpractice attorney is a good way to begin the process of determining what happened and exploring your options. A medical malpractice claim or lawsuit can help you recover financial resources to cover medical bills, replace lost wages and acknowledge pain and suffering that could have been prevented with more vigorous diagnostic procedures.

Martin T. McDonough, M.D., J.D., in Woodstown, Salem County, New Jersey, has a unique knowledge base to draw from when evaluating heart attack misdiagnosis cases. He has built a reputation for the efficiency and accuracy of his case evaluations.

Contact Us To Request A Free Consultation After Doctors Missed Your Heart Attack

Advising and advocating for clients who have suffered harm because of missed heart attacks, lawyers at The McDonough Law Office welcome the opportunity to hear about your experience and offer advice. Call 856-624-3644 or send an email to arrange to meet with a lawyer.