Radiologists are trained to find the cause of health problems. When they miss important indicators, your health and life may be at risk. If your health issue has been made worse by radiology malpractice, our Tallahassee attorneys know how to pursue liability for the harm done to you.
The law firm of Hinkle Law has helped hundreds of people gain compensation for the harm done to them by members of the medical establishment. We have a well-earned reputation for successfully resolving complex medical malpractice cases for our clients in Florida, as shown by our long list of verdicts and settlements.
Because we prepare all of our cases for trial, we start in a much stronger negotiating position, allowing us to resolve most of our cases prior to going before a judge. For those we cannot resolve in this way, we have extensive trial experience. Our goal is always for you to be satisfied with the outcome of your case.
Doctors and radiologists have many techniques available to them to find the cause of disease or discomfort, including X-rays, CT scans, MRIs and barium tests. Ultimately, interpreting these tests is left to the doctor or radiologist. If that person fails to notice the mass inside your body or the damage to your skeleton, you are the one who suffers the consequences.
Our lawyers have pursued cases involving these and other health problems caused by radiologist errors:
Our extensive medical knowledge, along with consultations with medical experts, gives us the ability to track down where and when the negligence occurred. We work with your doctors to determine how the malpractice has affected you and how it will continue to impact your life so we can calculate the extent of your loss. Once we have this information, we pursue appropriate compensation on your behalf.
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