Misdiagnosis Lawyer New Jersey

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If your health has suffered due to a doctor’s wrong diagnosis, you might need a misdiagnosis lawyer New Jersey trusts to fight for fair compensation. Misdiagnosis occurs when a physician fails to identify the true nature of your medical problem. A wrong diagnosis can cause serious injury to the patient. It can make your medical condition worse, delay getting to the correct diagnosis, and could even result in death. If you have been seriously injured by a doctor’s wrong diagnosis, you should contact a misdiagnosis lawyer New Jersey counts on to pursue a claim.

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Years of medical school and hands-on experience do not fully prevent doctors from making mistakes. A misdiagnosis can preclude a patient from getting the right treatment, or even cause the patient to suffer through unnecessary treatments for a condition they don’t have. Some of the common misdiagnosed conditions include

Lupus – misdiagnosed as chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, or rheumatoid arthritis

Lyme disease – misdiagnosed as influenza, depression, or mononucleosis

Asthma – misdiagnosed as reoccurring bronchitis

Parkinson – misdiagnosed a stroke, stress, or Alzheimer’s disease

Myocardial Infarction (Heart attack) – misdiagnosed as panic attack or indigestion

If my original doctor had the correct training and treated me early, I possibly could have avoided years of misdaignosis and the subsequent years of treatment.

How can I prevent misdiagnosis?

You can be proactive in your health care to help protect against misdiagnosis. There are several approaches to take during your health care appointments:

  • Ask questions, especially if your symptoms are not improving with treatment
  • Request a second opinion.
  • Write down all instructions from your doctor so that you can review them after the appointment.
  • Ask the doctor “what else could this be?”
  • Seek out a board-certified physician. A board certification shows further, extensive specialty-specific training that includes passing an exam.
  • Websites such as Health Grades may help you learn more about the doctor, their experience, and the reviews from other patients.
  • Ask for referrals to specialists as needed.

Duty of Care

The physician had a duty to care for you. Typically, this means that there is a patient-doctor relationship between the parties.


The doctor breached the duty of care. This is standard is achieved if a different, reasonably competent doctor could have diagnosed the condition.


The misdiagnosis was the reason that you suffered injury or harm


The result of the misdiagnosis caused damages. Examples of damages could include the cost of unnecessary treatments, lost income from time away from work, or funeral costs if a wrongful death occurred

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One of the first steps in starting a claim is to retrieve your medical records. You have the right to request your records, or your attorney can help with this step. Frequently, the attorney will work with medical experts to review the records and provide an opinion on the misdiagnosis. This review can help the attorney determine if another reasonable physician could have made the correct diagnosis.

A misdiagnosis lawyer New Jersey relies on will listen to your situation and determine if you can file a claim. Our attorneys specialize in medical malpractice and negligence. We have the knowledge and resources needed to take on negligent physicians, hospitals, and their insurance carriers.  Send us a message today and get the expert advise you need to start a claim.

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