Tampa Medical Malpractice Attorney Discusses If You Have a Claim If an ER Doctor Gave a Wrong DiagnosisWe’ve often been asked the question as to whether or not when a fracture is not diagnosed in the emergency room, whether or not there’s a valuable claim. A fracture by definition requires that the body begin the healing process in order to be discoverable so unless there is a fracture line where calcium has begun to lay down, a study can be performed and not reveal the actual fracture. While some fractures where the bones are not touching are obvious because there’s a deformity that can be seen with the naked eye just even with the skin over top of the bones, but where there is a fracture that’s not obvious because the healing process hasn’t begun; there often isn’t a failure to diagnose that fracture. If you have been given a wrong medical diagnosis by an ER doctor, contact our experienced Tampa Medical Malpractice Attorneys to fight for you.
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