Failure to Diagnose

Seattle Attorneys Handling Misdiagnosis Cases

Doctors and other medical professionals are supposed to identify and treat recognizable illnesses, conditions and diseases. However, failure to diagnose a disease in its early stages can result in the loss of precious time and treatment options. The result can be serious harm to the patient or death.

The attorneys of Leemon + Royer, PLLC, have extensive experience in medical malpractice cases including:

  • Failure to diagnose cancer
  • Failure to diagnose heart disease and heart conditions
  • Failure to diagnose metabolic imbalances
  • Failure to diagnose mental illness
  • And other acts of medical negligence

Our firm has earned a reputation in Washington State and throughout the Northwest for our abilities in such cases. We understand how to investigate and manage complex medical malpractice suits and frequently team with other law firms to seek justice and compensation for victims of negligence.

Call us at 866-248-3845 or contact us via e-mail to discuss your case. In a free consultation, an attorney at our firm can explore your legal options and how we may be able to succeed on your behalf.

Building a Strong and Persuasive Case for You

Failure to diagnose and medical malpractice cases are almost always highly contested. Such cases are also highly complex and require resources beyond those typically found at a personal injury law firm. The attorneys and staff at Leemon + Royer PLLC, have practiced in the field of medical malpractice for over 30 years. We are highly knowledgeable in medical malpractice cases and supplement our abilities with those of leading medical experts and specialists from across the country. We are aggressive, persistent and always focused on success.

Our goal is to build a strong and persuasive case based on unimpeachable medical science and the law.

For a free consultation with a medical malpractice lawyer at Leemon + Royer, call 866-248-3845 or contact us online. Our firm handles medical malpractice cases throughout Washington State and in Alaska, including in the cities of Anchorage and Juneau.