When A Care Plan Has Changed Because Of A Delay In Diagnosis

Do you have a valid medical malpractice claim to bring after you have suffered harm in a health care context? The answer to this question will depend in part on whether your care plan has changed as a result of a medical error.

Changes in your care plan likely have financial costs as well as aspects of pain and suffering. An in-depth review of the facts in your case by a knowledgeable medical malpractice lawyer is a key place to start. Attorney Markus Willoughby at Willoughby Law Firm in Oakland is available to evaluate your situation. He will then recommend legal action based on whether the necessary criteria exist in your case.

Examples of care plan changes that can prove that medical malpractice occurred may include:

  • You require additional hospitalization, surgery or therapy
  • You will have many more doctors' visits — and bills for those visits
  • Doctors will order additional tests, including imaging with high price tags
  • You need expensive medications or medical devices that you wouldn't have needed otherwise
  • You will miss work for an extended period because of additional necessary recuperation time

Willoughby Law Firm Has A History Of Winning Medical Malpractice Cases

If your care plan has changed because of a misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose, you are welcome to bring your story to our attention. We are prepared to consult with top-notch medical experts as necessary to develop a compelling claim on your behalf.

Initial Consultations Are Free

If we represent you, we will do so on a contingency basis. If we win compensation for you, the attorney's fees will come out of the settlement or verdict that you receive. No upfront attorney's fees will be due as your case is underway. Learn more about how to get your case started by calling us at 800-833-7005 or sending an email inquiry.