Early intervention often improves the prognosis of an illness and sometimes means the difference between life and death. Modern diagnostic testing methods and advanced medical knowledge increase your chances of detecting a serious illness so you can obtain the care you need. If your doctor’s failure to diagnose your medical condition deprived you of your opportunity to promptly get necessary treatments, you have the right to recover for the damages you suffered.
Established in 1950, Gelman Gelman Wiskow & McCarthy LLC focuses exclusively on personal injury and medical malpractice recovery. We act efficiently and purposefully to fast-track your case and obtain your maximum compensation quickly.
Emergency room doctors, nurses and staff face critical, tense situations regularly and must react quickly and decisively to administer urgent care to seriously injured and sick patients. Hospitals have a duty to implement a system of establishing priorities to give care to the most urgent cases promptly. Medical professionals have a duty to maintain training to recognize signs of patients in acute distress resulting from such problems as cardiac arrest, stroke and shock. Because immediate treatment is crucial to reduce damage to organs affected by aggressive illnesses, delays in appropriate emergency room care can cause permanent damage or death.
Thanks to sophisticated diagnostic tools and innovative treatment options, cancer is no longer synonymous with a fatal illness. It is now common for many cancer survivors to live long and healthy lives and to remain cancer-free. However, early detection is essential. A missed symptom or misinterpreted test can allow cancer to progress into the terminal stage.
A variety of viruses, bacteria, fungi, parasites and toxins can invade the human body. In many cases, the right early treatment can stop these pathogens from causing serious and fatal illnesses. Yet, often these common deadly infections are misdiagnosed:
A misdiagnosis can lead to permanent pain or suffering. To recover damages from the doctors and hospital responsible for your misdiagnosis, call Gelman Gelman Wiskow & McCarthy LLC at 973-366-3900 or contact us online to schedule your one-hour free initial consultation. We have offices in Elmwood Park, Dover, Mendham and Newton.