The Top Stroke Injury Lawyers
We have achieved some of the largest stroke lawsuit recoveries in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton and across Pennsylvania.
Experienced Stroke Misdiagnosis Attorneys
You may be reading this page because you have unanswered questions, or you feel like something wasn’t diagnosed properly and your loved one has suffered. You may feel lost as to where to turn for help. Our team of Stroke Lawsuit specialists can help.
Latona Law has helped local families like yours for the past 30 years as we seek answers to questions about stroke lawsuits, the underlying errors that may have occurred and what to do next if malpractice occurred. Our team of skilled attorneys will use our expertise and decades of experience to see if you are due any type of compensation.
If you feel a doctor has failed to diagnose a loved one’s stroke symptoms and did not react quickly enough to FAST signs or other stroke warning signals, you should contact our office immediately. After a free review meeting and accepting your case we will gather further evidence. If we find that your doctor truly failed in his or her duties in treating your family member’s stroke symptoms, we will initiate a medical malpractice lawsuit for stroke misdiagnosis on your family’s behalf. We will not stop fighting until we win compensation for your family. Latona Law understands that a successful stroke error lawsuit would provide financial restitution for the use of long-term medical and disability care, medical bills, and loss of wages. The compensation can also pay for funeral expenses and the patient’s and family’s pain and suffering.
If you suspect medical negligence treating stroke symptoms, call us today at (570) 825-9000 to schedule a free consultation.
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How do I start the process, and what can I expect?
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Schedule a Consult
Schedule a free consultation to discuss in detail what happened.
After consultation, if it has been determined that you have experienced medical negligence a suit can be filed.
During the litigation process you will have frequent check-ins with updates as to the progress.
Misdiagnosing Stroke Symptoms or Failing to Diagnose Stroke Signs
Did your loved one’s doctor fail to diagnose or misdiagnose the stroke?
All too frequently, doctors either fail to diagnose or misdiagnose a stroke. This can complicate your loved one’s condition and even lead to wrongful death. Strokes are classified as cerebrovascular diseases, or conditions relating to the brain and its blood vessels. Most strokes are ischemic–caused either by atherosclerosis, narrowed or blocked arteries, or a blood clot that breaks loose and travels to the brain, thereby stopping blood flow.
Doctors must always be prepared to diagnose and treat any type of stroke. This starts by being able to recognize the symptoms of a stroke, which include:
- Paralysis or numbness on one side of the body
- Tingling in a limb
- Trouble speaking
Stroke Medical Malpractice Lawsuit.
If you or a loved one suffered serious injury due to a delay in the diagnosis or treatment of a stroke, Latona Law can evaluate your case and get answers. Act now by completing our online form, or call us directly at 570-825-9000 to speak to one of our experienced attorneys.
We have been standing up to medical negligence in NEPA for more than 30 years. Let us win justice for your family.
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