Skip to Content
Handling Cases Nationwide 877-757-2828
Failure to Diagnose
  • Millions Recovered for Our Clients
  • 50+ Years of Combined Experience
  • Top Attorneys In the State of Florida

Miami Failure to Diagnose Lawyers

At Remer, Georges-Pierre & Hoogerwoerd, PLLC, we understand the frustration and harm that can result from a failure to diagnose a medical condition. When a medical professional fails to diagnose a condition, it can cause delays in treatment, as well as unnecessary pain and suffering. In some cases, a failure to diagnose can even be life-threatening.

What is Failure to Diagnose?

Failure to diagnose is a type of medical malpractice that occurs when a medical professional fails to recognize and appropriately treat a medical condition. This can happen for a variety of reasons, including misreading test results, failing to order necessary tests, or not recognizing the symptoms of a condition.

If you or a loved one has suffered harm due to a failure to diagnose, our team of experienced personal injury attorneys can help. We can investigate the circumstances surrounding your case, review medical records, and consult with medical experts to determine if negligence played a role in the failure to diagnose. If so, we will work tirelessly to hold the responsible parties accountable and secure the compensation you deserve.

Our Approach to Failure to Diagnose Lawsuits

Thorough Investigation:

We conduct meticulous investigations into the circumstances surrounding the failure to diagnose, gathering evidence to build a compelling failure to diagnose case.

Expert Consultation:

Collaborating with medical experts helps us understand the standard of care and strengthen our arguments, enhancing the credibility of your case.

Strong Negotiation:

Our failure to diagnose lawyers are skilled negotiators, seeking fair settlements through negotiation. We aim to secure compensation that addresses your medical expenses, emotional distress, and any long-term consequences.

Litigation when Necessary:

If a fair failure to diagnose lawsuit settlement cannot be reached, RGPH is prepared to take your case to court. Our trial-ready approach ensures aggressive litigation to achieve the justice you deserve.

Contact Our Miami Failure to Diagnose Attorneys

If you believe that you or a loved one has been the victim of a failure to diagnose, contact our Miami misdiagnosis lawyers today to schedule a consultation. We are dedicated to fighting for the rights of our clients and will work tirelessly to ensure that you receive the justice and compensation you deserve. 

To learn more about failure to diagnose and medical malpractice, contact us online or call (305) 416-5000 to schedule a case evaluation with our misdiagnosis lawyer prtoday.

Failure to Diagnose Lawsuit FAQ

What is Failure to Diagnose in the Context of Medical Malpractice?

Failure to diagnose refers to a healthcare provider's failure to identify and correctly diagnose a medical condition, leading to harm or worsened outcomes for the patient.

How Do I Know If I Have a Valid Failure to Diagnose Case?

If you have suffered harm due to a healthcare professional's failure to diagnose, you may have a valid case. Consult with our PI lawyers for a thorough evaluation of your situation.

What Types of Conditions Can Be Subject to Failure to Diagnose Claims?

Any medical condition can be subject to failure to diagnose claims, including but not limited to cancer, infections, heart conditions, and neurological disorders.

How Do I Prove Negligence in a Failure to Diagnose Case?

Proving negligence involves demonstrating that the healthcare provider deviated from the standard of care. This often requires expert medical testimony and a detailed analysis of the facts.

What Damages Can I Seek in a Failure to Diagnose Lawsuit?

Victims of failure to diagnose may seek compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, emotional distress, and other damages related to the negligent act.

What is the Statute of Limitations for Failure to Diagnose Cases?

The statute of limitations varies by jurisdiction. It's crucial to consult with our PI lawyers promptly, as delays may impact your ability to file a lawsuit.

Can I File a Failure to Diagnose Lawsuit on Behalf of a Deceased Loved One?

Yes, in cases of wrongful death resulting from a failure to diagnose, surviving family members may have the right to file a lawsuit on behalf of the deceased.

How Long Does It Take to Resolve a Failure to Diagnose Lawsuit?

The timeline for resolution varies. Factors such as the complexity of the case, negotiations, or trial proceedings can influence the duration. Our lawyers work efficiently for a timely resolution.

Do I Need to Pay Upfront for Legal Representation in a Failure to Diagnose Case?

We operate on a contingency fee basis. You only pay legal fees if we successfully secure compensation for your failure to diagnose case.

How Can I Initiate Legal Action for a Failure to Diagnose Claim?

To initiate legal action, contact our PI lawyers for a consultation. We'll assess the details of your case, guide you through the legal process, and determine the best course of action for your situation.


We Care About Your Results

  • Best lawyers in Miami , they helped me with two separate cases and the outcome was lovely . Definitely recommend them for anyone.
    - Tariq Z.
  • I couldn't be happier with Anthony M. Georges-Pierre and his performance during our mitigation. I feel confident recommending his legal services to anyone who needs a pit bull in their corner.
    - Juan Mederos
  • Anthony Georges-Pierre is someone that will listen to you and help you when others say no. I highly recommend him.
    - Former Client
  • My father became very ill & he was fired without any reason from his job. He also experienced discrimination from that company, we found this law firm and reached out to them for a consultation to open a case. They helped my father a lot, and my father
    - Katherine Bolanows

    Schedule a Consultation Now

    Committed to Winning. Dedicated to You.
    • Please enter your first name.
    • Please enter your last name.
    • Please enter your phone number.
      This isn't a valid phone number.
    • Please enter your email address.
      This isn't a valid email address.
    • Please make a selection.
    • Please enter a message.
    • By submitting, you agree to be contacted about your request & other information using automated technology. Message frequency varies. Msg & data rates may apply. Text STOP to cancel. Acceptable Use Policy
    • ABA
    • AV Preeminent Martindale Hubbell
    • Trial Lawyers Section of the Florida Bar
    • AAJ
    • FJA
    • NELA
    • Florida Bar
    • Cuban American Bar Association