Any delay in the diagnosis of a disease or other medical condition can have life-altering ramifications. A late diagnosis means late treatment, and this can cause the consequences of a disease to become far worse than if they had been properly detected at an earlier stage. Additionally, it may become necessary to use more invasive or side effect-laden treatments — such as a stronger dose of chemotherapy — which are often just as taxing as the illness they are designed to treat.
Those who have been harmed by a delayed diagnosis and those who have lost loved ones due to the negligence of physicians and other health care providers have options; medical malpractice and wrongful death claims allow those harmed by a delayed or failed diagnosis to recover compensation to pay for their medical care, ongoing health needs and other damages. These claims also hold the negligent parties accountable for the harm that they have caused through their careless actions.
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The attorneys of Godosky & Gentile are well-versed in complex legal matters such as medical malpractice and wrongful death claims. Our ability to skillfully resolve these cases has made us a well-known resource to other lawyers, and our peers often refer their most complicated cases to our accomplished trial team.
Our proven litigation strategies have led to many successful outcomes in a wide range of medical malpractice cases. In delayed or failed diagnosis matters, we have achieved multimillion-dollar results such as:
- $6 million settlement for a 50-year-old man who suffered massive loss of small and large intestines due to a failure to diagnose clotted artery.
- $2.5 million settlement for medical malpractice of improper treatment of Hodgkin’s disease causing death.
We have received many accolades and much recognition at the state and national level. This includes being named a Tier One law firm by U.S. News & World Report’s Best Law Firms publication — the highest ranking awarded.
Contact Godosky & Gentile
Our firm serves those harmed by delayed or missed diagnoses in the Bronx and throughout the entire New York City area. Free initial consultations are available by calling 212-742-9700 or filling out our confidential online contact form.