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| Apr 14, 2017 | failure to diagnose

We recently discussed preeclampsia and why it is so important that a pregnant woman who has the condition receives an accurate diagnosis. If you recall, this condition can be devastating for the mother and her unborn baby if it isn’t diagnosed properly and treated swiftly. This isn’t the only condition that can affect a pregnant woman and her unborn baby.

Pregnant women need to be monitored closely while they are pregnant. This is especially true if the woman has any risk factors that place her in a high risk category. We know that it might be a pain to have to go to the doctor often, but making sure that you go can help you to receive the care you and your unborn baby need.

If you do go to the appointments and show signs of a medical condition, the doctor should address those issues in a suitable way. When this doesn’t happen, your life and your unborn baby’s life are in danger.

Failure to diagnose a medical condition that a pregnant woman has can lead to her losing the baby or having to seek out intensive medical care. The cost of the medical care and the missed wages might place a financial strain on the woman. If this is what happened to you, seeking compensation is possible.

Compensation could help to pay you back some or all of the money you had to spend because of factors that are related to the failure to diagnose. We can help you to explore your options and determine how to make your claim.



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