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Can I sue if a doctor failed to diagnose a stroke or brain bleed at a Michigan hospital?

Yes, you may sue the doctor if they failed to diagnose a stroke or brain bleed at a Michigan hospital. Emergency room doctors can make mistakes failing to diagnose a patient resulting in injuries or even death due to errors in the emergency department.

Physicians are trained to suspect a possible stroke or blain bleed when the patient presents to them with the signs and symptoms of the condition. Timely diagnosis is important to prevent permanent damage or death. In cases involving failing to diagnose a stroke or brain bleed, it is important to understand the symptoms the patient was having at the time the doctor saw the patient. Quite often, radiology studies like a CT Scan or MRI are utilized to diagnose such conditions.

At the medical malpractice law firm of Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. our experienced lawyers will review the entire patient medical records and discuss the signs and symptoms with a board-certified physician to determine whether the condition was properly diagnosed and whether appropriate treatment was started in a timely manner.  We have successfully obtained sizeable settlements for our client and offer a No Win No Fee Promise to victims of medical negligence 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 injuries after a doctor failed to diagnose brain bleed or stroke at a Michigan hospital, call our top rated medical malpractice attorneys now.  We will start working on your case immediately.  Call today at (800) 606-1717 for your free consultation!

Lawrence J. Buckfire
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