Turn To Us When Misdiagnosis Leads To A Tragic Medical Outcome

Unreasonable errors in diagnosis or avoidable delays in reaching the correct diagnosis can result in death or disability for the patient. If you have reason to believe that misdiagnosis played an important role in the death or serious injury of a loved one, contact a medical malpractice attorney at Shollenberger Januzzi & Wolfe.

Pinpointing Where The Doctor Went Wrong

Effective medical treatment typically depends on an accurate diagnosis. That in turn depends on ordering the right tests, interpreting radiology and lab reports correctly, and recognizing the signs of stroke, heart attack, cancer or infection — particularly "superbug" MRSA staph infections that are resistant to antibiotics.

Successful litigation of a misdiagnosis claim usually requires an accurate identification of the point where the doctor either had an opportunity to make the correct diagnosis based on known information, or had a professional duty to order or perform the tests that could lead to the right diagnosis.

Benefit From The Combined Experience Of Our Team

At Shollenberger Januzzi & Wolfe, our lawyers work with outstanding medical specialists from many fields who can evaluate the performance of your treatment team. Our goal is to review the evidence and pursue the claim if warranted against any one or more of the following:

  • Family practice physician
  • Emergency medicine physician
  • Radiologist
  • Obstetrician
  • Anesthesiologist
  • Surgeon
  • Nurses, especially during postoperative care

Whether your problem resulted from misdiagnosis of a serious medical condition or a delayed diagnosis that came too late to allow for effective treatment, our law firm can evaluate your case and advise you accordingly.

If the medical experts with whom we work conclude that we can prove a causal link between a diagnosis error and a serious injury or fatality, you can depend on Shollenberger Januzzi & Wolfe for highly skilled representation.

It Will Cost You Nothing To Pursue Your Rights

To learn more about our experience with misdiagnosis cases in central Pennsylvania, contact our offices in Harrisburg or Enola for a free consultation.