Misdiagnoses (Late Diagnosis)

The failure to timely and reasonably diagnose a patient’s medical condition may result in a substantial delay in necessary treatment. The effect of an unreasonable delay in diagnosis and treatment may result in catastrophic injury or death. This circumstance is most tragic when timely intervention would probably have prevented the patient’s injury or death.

Orlando Medical Negligence Attorney, Michael Barszcz, M.D.J.D. graduated from both Brown University Medical School and the University of Florida College of Law. By obtaining both medical and law degrees, he has positioned himself to take the most complex personal injury cases. His 21 years of representing insurance companies, hospitals and physicians have qualified him to prosecute medical malpractice cases as well as claims for persons severely injured in any type of accident.

Michael V. Barszcz, M.D, J.D., attended Brown University Medical School, earning a Medical Doctorate (M.D.). He also attended the University of Florida College of Law, earning a Juris Doctorate (J.D.). Mr. Barszcz education and experience often provides a significant advantage in the diligent and aggressive representation of his clients.

Examples of Misdiagnosis claims

Mr. Barszcz has successfully represented clients based on the health care providers’ failure to timely diagnose and treat the following conditions:

A health care provider’s failure to reasonably diagnose and treat patient’s condition may support a valid claim for medical malpractice. You may contact our Florida medical malpractice lawyer at the Law Offices of Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D., serving Orlando, Florida to discuss your legal rights or schedule a free misdiagnosis consultation.

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