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Failure To Diagnose A Stroke

It is important to remember the advances that have been made in the field of medicine. Doctors, nurses and other medical professionals are highly trained and provided with a wide range of amazing tools to prevent strokes.

At the law firm of McKeen & Associates, we recognize that although doctors have the training and the tools, they don’t always use them. Preventable strokes can occur due to the negligence of a medical professional. When they do, we can help.

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Our attorneys believe that the most important way to demonstrate our caring is by putting our more than 25 years of experience to work for you. We will fight to pursue fair compensation after a catastrophic injury. We will fight to get you justice.

We can divide medical malpractice cases involving strokes into two categories: those that could have been prevented if proper care had been provided and those that were directly caused by negligence.

Specific examples of the types of scenarios we can address include:

  • Failure to diagnose the possibility of a stroke by conducting proper tests to recognize blockage by blood clots
  • Misdiagnosis of stroke as another medical condition and subsequent failure to properly treat
  • Failure to provide anticoagulation treatment to people with atrial fibrillation or similar indicators of preventable strokes
  • Mistreatment during surgery leading to hypotension, which then leads to a stroke

By bringing in top-notch experts in the appropriate fields of medicine, our lawyers can put together strong cases. These cases are designed specifically to get you the positive results you need.

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Email us or call us at 313-524-8570 to discuss your preventable stroke case with an experienced medical malpractice attorney in Michigan. We also serve clients in Illinois and elsewhere in the United States.

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