Heart Attach Misdiagnosis | Ohio Medical Malpractice Lawyers

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Heart Attack Misdiagnosis

Ohio Heart Attack Misdiagnosis Lawyers

In order to successfully treat a heart attack, the condition must be promptly diagnosed. Unfortunately, doctors all too often ignore the warning signs of a heart attack, or misdiagnose it altogether — and patients end up suffering.

If you or a loved one has suffered a heart attack and your doctor misdiagnosed the condition, you may have a medical malpractice claim. At Clark Perdue, we can investigate your claim and help to determine if your doctor was negligent by failing to stop the progression of a heart attack. Contact our law office to schedule a consultation where we can discuss your medical misdiagnosis case. Call 614-469-1400 or toll free at 800-647-7003.

Heart Attack Misdiagnosis

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Some of the warning signs of a heart attack are shortness of breath, chest tightness, pain in other parts of the body, and sweating.

Doctors often misdiagnose a heart attack for another disease or condition, especially when the patient doesn’t fit the demographic of those most at-risk for suffering a heart attack. They may fail to administer proper tests that can determine if a heart attack is approaching. The timely diagnosis of a heart attack is critical. Immediate action must be taken to prevent a heart attack.

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