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Failure to Diagnose Brain Tumors

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When medical professionals fail to diagnose brain tumors, they can be held accountable through a medical malpractice lawsuit. These cases tend to be complex, both because (a) the brain is complex in and of itself and (b) doctors, specialists, and hospitals tend to deny any allegations of malpractice outright. If evidence starts to pile up, they may even attempt to cover it up.

If you or a loved one has suffered injury because of a misdiagnosed or undiagnosed brain tumor, Brown & Barron wants to help. With more than 75 years of collective legal experience, we can expertly guide you through even the most complicated, contested failure to diagnose cases. We aim to get you the best results possible so that you can heal and move on with your life.

Why Brown & Barron?

Our Baltimore attorneys are genuinely passionate about advocating for those injured and bereaved by medical negligence.

We bring the following (and more) to the table:

  • More than 75 years of combined experience
  • Thorough case investigation
  • Responsive communication
  • Step-by-step guidance
  • Comprehensive counsel
  • Tireless advocacy

At Brown & Barron, you won’t be treated just as another case file; we treat our clients like the real people they are. We will put our all into pursuing your compensation.

Request a free consultation online to discuss your case with an experienced Baltimore lawyer.

How Does Brain Tumor Misdiagnosis Happen?

The failure to diagnose brain tumors is a very serious matter, as it often robs the patient of their chance to get the treatment they need in time. A brain tumor left untreated is, essentially, a brain tumor left alone to progress. When it is finally discovered, it may be far too late.

Failed diagnoses and misdiagnoses typically occur when a negligent medical professional:

  • Orders the incorrect lab tests or scans
  • Misreads lab tests or scans
  • Ignores a patient’s self-reported symptoms
  • Fails to consider a patient’s medical history
  • Fails to refer the patient to a specialist

To have a case, you will need to prove that some type of negligence was committed by your doctor. Not all failed diagnoses warrant a claim; rather, your doctor must have negligently acted against or outside of medical industry standards. A good question to ask yourself is whether you would be in the same position had you visited a different doctor. If not, you likely have grounds for a claim.

Compassionate Counsel When You Need It Most

At Brown & Barron, our Baltimore attorneys understand the full scale of cases involving undiagnosed brain tumors. Through our personalized legal services, we will ensure that all your needs are addressed while building and pursuing your claim. Further, we will work without rest to recover your rightful compensation, such as for pain and suffering, medical costs, and hospital bills, among other damages accumulated.

Give us a call at (410) 698-1717 to get started. Our Baltimore lawyers offer free consultations to all new clients!

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