Appendicitis Misdiagnosis

Medical Misdiagnosis Attorneys Representing Clients in All Types of Malpractice Claims Appendicitis is a painful, severe medical condition. When a person suffers from acute appendicitis, the appendix will become swollen and inflamed very quickly. The only means of treating appendicitis is through surgical removal of the appendix, or an appendectomy. If the appendix bursts inside the abdominal cavity, a person’s condition will deteriorate very quickly. Peritonitis, sepsis or even death can result soon after the appendix ruptures. Advances in medical technology have made it easier for physicians to diagnose appendicitis and remove the afflicted appendix. Doctors who examine patients with symptoms of appendicitis must be ready to make a quick, accurate diagnosis and take immediate action. When doctors fail to do this, patients can suffer immeasurable pain, severe injury and even death.In many cases, a physician’s failure to diagnose appendicitis is malpractice. A skilled malpractice lawyer can be invaluable to help you find out whether or not you have a viable claim. We are the lawyers of Dankner Milstein, P.C. From offices in New York City, New Jersey and Long Island, we serve people across the area who have been harmed by medical malpractice. Our New York appendicitis misdiagnosis lawyers are ready to discuss your case with you.

Since 1994, when our firm was founded, we have obtained more than 150 verdicts and settlements of $1 million or more. We have both the financial and investigative resources necessary to pin down exactly what happened in your case, and what should have been done. When we accept any medical malpractice claim, we will spare no effort or expense to prosecute the case. Our tenacious, skilled approach has helped our clients recover appropriate compensation for their injuries.

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