Failure to Diagnose

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When Doctors Fail to See Signs of Illness

When you visit a doctor to investigate troubling symptoms, you deserve attentive medical help and thorough medical follow-up care. When physicians fail to diagnose conditions or diagnose conditions incorrectly, this lost time can lead to serious and avoidable health issues, and even death.

If you suspect a doctor failed to diagnose cancer or some other illness, or made errors that lead to a delay in your diagnosis, it's important that you investigate the possibility of a medical malpractice claim. Medical malpractice claims can:

  • Provide compensation for pain and suffering

  • Provide compensation for medical expenses resulting from negligent medical care

  • Hold medical care providers and facilities responsible for negligent health care


Did your doctor fail to diagnose cancer, or fail to recognize the symptoms of another serious illness? At the Easton, Pennsylvania, law firm of Lauer Law Offices, P.C., our lawyers have successfully handled numerous medical malpractice claims, including claims involving failure to diagnose and misdiagnosis. We have recovered a combined many millions of dollars for injury claims and instances of wrongful death.

We work with medical experts to assess care, negligence and injuries, and work with medical and financial experts to determine lost wages, diminished earning capacity and loss of income capacity when appropriate. With experienced and effective representation, injured clients can often obtain the compensation needed to pay for future medical expenses relating to medical malpractice, and for losses.

If you believe you or a loved one has been injured because of a failure to diagnose, a misdiagnosis or a delayed diagnosis legal. We provide free initial consultations, are available for evening and weekend appointments and are conveniently located across the street from the Northampton County Courthouse in downtown Easton. To contact an attorney, call 610-258-5329.