When your condition is misdiagnosed you are often set up on a treatment regimen for a condition you don't have. You begin accruing medical bills for this unnecessary treatment while your real ailment continues to persist unchecked. Eventually, when this case of medical malpractice has been discovered, you've paid for unnecessary treatments and then have to undergo the necessary treatment to correct the real problem.

It's a sad sort of situation that you find yourself in when you are misdiagnosed. You think you're on the right track by getting a diagnosis and following the prescribed treatment, when really you're unaware that the real condition continues to thrive as you pay for unhelpful and potentially dangerous medications and procedures.

Once the misdiagnosis is discovered it's often when the original condition has progressed to a far more serious state, involving more complicated and expensive treatments. Not only are you suffering from an advanced stage of your condition, but now you have to pay for those more advanced or invasive procedures. It's this reason that many patients find the need to file a medical malpractice claim.

A medical malpractice claim may be your only way to combat the devastating effects the misdiagnosis of a condition can bring upon you both physically and financially. It's a sad reality of the medical field that doctors often only look at certain symptoms and misdiagnose their root cause. You do not need to fight these injustices alone, and a Fairfax medical malpractice attorney can help. 

Contacting a Fairfax Medical Malpractice Attorney

You don't have to deal with insurance companies and hospitals alone when you're looking to file a Virginia medical malpractice case. Fairfax medical malpractice attorney Ben Glass fights to help victims in the Virginia and D.C. areas settle their medical malpractice claims.

Before you go any further with your decision, order a copy of my complimentary guide to Virginia medical malpractice claims, Why Most Victims of Medical Malpractice Never Recover a Dime. To set up a no-cost consultation, contact me today - 703-591-9829.

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