Physician’s Failure to Communicate Test Results Lawsuit Malpractice Lawyer
Due to a variety of failures, doctors fail to communicate test results with their patients about 7% of the time. The generally accepted level of care requires that patients be made aware of test results as soon as possible, especially when serious illness or issues are involved. Whatever the reason, when your test results are lost or not communicated in a reasonable amount of time, you may be eligible to file a failure to communicate test results medical malpractice claim.
If your test results contain vital data that would require necessary actions to be taken, and they are not communicated to you for a decision, nor acted upon, you need the seasoned services of a GA personal injury attorney like Darrell T. Farr in Henry County. Attorney Darrell Farr has served Georgia residents in every legal jurisdiction with integrity and excellence since 1991. You can trust his experience when you need legal counsel and representation in a medical malpractice lawsuit.
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If your test results have been withheld from you by intent or neglect, you may be entitled to compensation, particularly if the delay caused you harm. This could include monetary compensation for any injuries resulting from the failure to communicate. You may also be eligible for compensation to cover medical fees and other related costs stemming from the failure to communicate.
A failure to communicate test results medical malpractice claim is often a time-consuming endeavor, as countless medical records and interviews with staff must be reviewed and collated to build proof of intent or neglect. Henry County personal injury lawyer Darrell T. Farr has the patience, knowledge and experience to pursue your legal claim and obtain the best possible result for you and your family. Contact his office in Stockbridge to arrange a confidential consultation today.