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Atlanta Medical Malpractice Attorney Looks at Dementia Misdiagnosis

Jeffrey H. Dover
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Atlanta Auto Accident and Medical Malpractice Attorney

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4/1/2012
Jeffrey H. Dover
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Your loved one’s dementia was misdiagnosed as Alzheimer’s disease. The misdiagnosis caused your loved one to miss out on life and denied you of his or her companionship. It leaves you wondering if the dementia misdiagnosis was medical malpractice.

You shouldn’t have to wonder. With all that your loved one, your family and you have lost, you shouldn’t have to wonder whether a doctor’s negligence caused it all. Instead, you and your Atlanta medical malpractice attorney should find out for sure.

When is a Dementia Misdiagnosis Malpractice?
 
Generally, a misdiagnosis is medical malpractice when the doctor who made the diagnosis was negligent. In other words, the doctor who owed the patient a duty of care breached that duty of care by failing to act like a reasonable doctor and the patient suffered harm as a result. If your loved one’s doctor failed to account for all of your loved one’s symptoms, failed to order the proper diagnostic tests given the symptoms your loved one presented or failed to refer your loved one to a specialist, then it is possible that medical malpractice occurred.
 
Contact an Atlanta Medical Malpractice Attorney for Help
 
An experienced Atlanta medical malpractice lawyer can investigate what happened to your loved one and provide you with a professional opinion about whether the conduct was malpractice and whether you have a viable cause of action upon which relief may be granted.

To find out more, please read our FREE book: Why Did This Critical Medical Error Happen to Me, and please call our Atlanta misdiagnosis lawyers directly at 1.770.518.1133.


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