Failure To Diagnose Heart Attacks

Medical Malpractice

Complaints of chest discomfort or other symptoms of a myocardial infarction (MI) or heart attack require a physician to take certain steps to identify the specific medical problem. Your minimum expectations are not only that your concerns will be taken seriously, but that your physician will explore all possible explanations for the pain you experience.

Combining 90 years of experience with multimillion-dollar settlements and verdicts, the attorneys at Dodds, Kidd, Ryan & Rowan are committed to maximizing compensation for Arkansas residents victimized by medical malpractice.

Providing You Quality Legal Care When You Need It Most

Sadly, not all doctors are committed to the basic standards of medical care. When they make mistakes and overlook symptoms of a heart attack, these so-called professionals must be held accountable.

A visit to an emergency room or doctor's office should be the first step toward getting the medical treatment you need. You trust that the doctor is asking the right questions, ordering the proper tests, analyzing the lab results and providing an accurate diagnosis.

Undiagnosed Heart Problems Can Lead To Heart Attacks, Impairment And Death

Peace of mind that comes with a "clean bill of health" is shattered. The trust placed in a physician is irreparably damaged when you suffer an MI or lose a family member to a fatal heart attack.

Throughout every step of the legal process, your attorney will remain at your side, providing you the diligence and dedication that your physician failed to provide. With the help of our network of medical experts, we build strong, compelling and fact-based personal injury claims. Whether we find resolution through mediation or litigation, we are committed to securing the best outcome.

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To discuss any aspect of a medical malpractice claim, schedule a free initial consultation with one of our Little Rock failure to diagnose heart attacks lawyers. You can also contact us at 877-885-8839 or fill out our intake form.