Failure to Diagnose and Prevent Heart Attacks and Strokes
Warwick & Newport, Rhode Island, Heart Attack & Stroke Patient Misdiagnosis Lawyer
A timely and accurate diagnosis can make all the difference for individuals at risk of having a heart attack or stroke. When doctors overlook key warning signs, critical time is lost to try and prevent catastrophic and life-threatening results.
I am an experienced medical malpractice attorney committed to holding medical professionals accountable for their negligent actions. I offer strong advocacy and legal counsel to clients who have sustained catastrophic and permanent injuries after their doctor failed to diagnose or misdiagnosed a heart attack or stroke. My legal team and I also pursue justice for families who tragically lost their loved ones in fatal accidents stemming from a misdiagnosis or a delayed diagnosis.
At the law firm of Vincent D. Morgera, Ltd., my legal team and I focus exclusively on protecting accident victims’ rights. Contact my law firm today to schedule a consultation at one of my two office locations in Warwick or Newport, Rhode Island. I am committed to serving the needs of medical malpractice victims in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and New York.
Holding Medical Professionals Accountable For Failing To Diagnose Heart Attacks
When you select my law firm, I will personally manage all aspects of your medical malpractice claim. I will apply years of experience and legal skills to pursue action against medical professionals who failed to take appropriate measures for patients at risk of having a heart attack, such as:
- Failing to accurately read test results
- Failing to order an electrocardiogram, angiogram, exercise stress test or an echocardiogram for patients with symptoms of heart disease
- Failing to identify key warning signs of heart disease
- Failing to diagnose coronary heart disease in a timely manner
At the law firm of Vincent D. Morgera, Ltd., I prepare every medical malpractice claim for a favorable trial verdict. I work with industry-leading experts, including a nurse consultant and medical doctors who are attorneys to help me conduct a thorough investigation. As a legal team, we evaluate every angle possible from a potential juror’s perspective. My comprehensive approach helps me secure large settlements, since insurance companies know I am fully prepared to prove fault at trial.
Attorney Advocates For Malpractice Victims To Prevent Stroke
On a daily basis, emergency room physicians and medical care providers treat many patients, often with similar symptoms. The tendency to quickly shuffle patients through the hospital can cause medical professionals to make assumptions without fully evaluating a medical condition.
At the law firm of Vincent D. Morgera, Ltd., my legal team and I offer strong advocacy against medical professionals who overlook stroke symptoms, such as numbness and headaches, as a less serious medical condition. I will not hesitate to pursue financial damages against your medical provider for:
- Overlooking symptoms of one-sided weakness or confusion as a less serious medical condition
- Releasing you from the hospital without properly diagnosing stroke symptoms
- Failing to order an MRI or CAT scan for a proper diagnosis
When nurses and treating doctors fail to follow standard medical procedures, patients are at great risk of having permanent damage. In some cases, the costly medical mistake can be fatal. I take an aggressive stance against medical malpractice. I consult a network of medical professionals to thoroughly evaluate the evidence involved and establish proof of hospital negligence.
Contact Our Law Firm’s Highly Skilled Medical Malpractice Lawyer
If you believe you or your loved one suffered a stroke by not having obtained proper care, contact my law firm at 888-808-3664 (toll free) or 401-456-0300. You may schedule a free consultation at one of my two law office locations in Warwick or Newport, Rhode Island, or complete the online contact form. My legal team and I offer an extensive background holding medical professionals accountable for failing to properly diagnose strokes and heart attacks.
Vincent D. Morgera is licensed to practice law in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and New York.