Yes, you may be able to file a Michigan medical malpractice lawsuit if a hospital failed to diagnose a stroke in the emergency room. The medical staff at a Michigan hospital should take all appropriate measures based upon the patient history and presentation of the patient’s symptoms to determine whether the patient is having a stroke.
A hospital’s emergency room may fail to identify a stroke because its major symptoms are also shared by other serious medical conditions. Common symptoms consistent with a stroke include a severe headache, one-sided weakness or paralysis, facial drooping, memory impairment, unintelligible speech, impaired vision, and problems with reading and writing. However, the emergency room should be properly trained to identify symptoms and every patient should be carefully evaluated and tested for the condition before being discharged from the Michigan hospital.
We offer a No Win No Fee Promise to victims of medical malpractice in Michigan. This means that you will not be charged any legal fees whatsoever unless we obtain a settlement or recovery for you. You have absolutely no obligation for legal fees unless we win your case. If we do not obtain a settlement for you, you owe us nothing!
If you or someone you know suffers from a stroke due to the Michigan hospital’s failure to diagnose in the emergency room, you should contact our Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. law office immediately to discuss your case. There are strict time deadlines for filing cases and if you miss that deadline your case will be barred forever. Call now at (800) 606-1717 to discuss your case and speak with one of our top rated medical malpractice lawyers now. We have significant experience in emergency room error lawsuits and will start working on your case immediately gathering all the medical records and evidence to prove and win your case.