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Can a hospital be sued for not diagnosing a patient with necrotizing fasciitis?

Yes, a hospital can be sued for not diagnosing a patient with necrotizing fasciitis.  Failure to diagnose necrotizing fasciitis can often result in significant permanent injuries to the patient, even death.  This is because prompt and appropriate treatment is urgent for the best possibility of recovery.

Therefore, when the hospital makes the error of not properly diagnosing a patient with necrotizing fasciitis it is considered medical negligence and the hospital may be able to be sued in a Michigan medical malpractice lawsuit to collect compensation for all pain and suffering and economic damages.  

For more information of filing a claim against the hospital for not diagnosing necrotizing fasciitis and to speak with one of or top rated Michigan medical malpractice lawyers, call our award winning law firm today at (800) 606-1717.  We will start investigating your claim immediately gathering all the evidence and medical records to prove and win your case.  Call now for your Free, No Obligation Case Review and learn your legal rights!

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