At Eden Rafferty, we are skilled at pursuing medical negligence claims for victims of a misdiagnosis. Whether you have incorrectly been told you have cancer or were properly diagnosed, but mistreated, our lawyers can help.

Contact a caring attorney at our Massachusetts law firm for more information regarding your situation. Based in Worcester, we serve the rights of those injured through the negligence of medical professionals.

What is a Misdiagnosis?

A misdiagnosis is different than a failure to diagnose. During a misdiagnosis, a doctor not only fails to see your actual disease, but also goes another step further and starts to treat you for something you do not even have. This can lead to:

  • Paying for procedures you do not need
  • Enduring painful operations that are unnecessary
  • Receiving ineffective medications that can further injure you

Correct Diagnosis But Wrong Treatment?

A mistreatment involves a situation where you have a correct diagnosis, but the suggested treatment is ineffective or negligently harmful. If your doctor has correctly pointed out your cancer or other disease, but then treated it ineffectively, it is important to reach out to a skilled lawyer regarding your medical malpractice claims.

Holding that doctor accountable for his or her actions now will prevent him or her from making the same mistakes again in the future.

Need to Discuss a Medical Misdiagnosis? Contact Our Injury Law Firm.

Contact Eden Rafferty for compassionate guidance through your misdiagnosis claims. We have been assisting individuals in the Framingham and Shrewsbury areas for more than two decades with all of their medical malpractice concerns.

Practice Areas

Birth Injury
Cerebral Palsy
Failure to Diagnose
Medical Malpractice
Nursing Home Neglect
Prescription Errors
Surgical Errors

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