Pittsburgh Heart Attack Misdiagnosis Attorney

Failure to Diagnose Heart Attacks and Wrongful Death

Failure to respond to the serious symptoms of a heart attack can result in severe injury, heart damage and, in the worst cases, death. When a doctor, hospital or other medical professional fails to take steps to deal with the possibility of a heart attack, victims and families may be eligible for significant compensation. At Hal Waldman and Associates in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, our attorneys are experienced in the investigation and pursuit of claims against negligent doctors in cases involving heart attacks and misdiagnosis.

Severe Injury and Accidental Death Caused by Malpractice

Half of all heart attacks result in severe injury or death. When a patient receives immediate and proper treatment, death can be prevented. Our firm will review the facts and evidence of your case to determine whether a medical provider made a mistake, misidentified symptoms or negligently responded to a heart attack. We work with top medical experts in the evaluation of claims and will take every necessary step to protect your rights and collect compensation for your losses.

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Risk Factors for Heart Attacks

In addition to identifying the immediate symptoms of heart attack, doctors, cardiologists and other professionals should be aware of potential risk factors, including age, medical history, high cholesterol, obesity, hypertension, alcoholism and diabetes. Doctors are responsible for reviewing medical history and should respond appropriately when patients have one or more risk factors in their medical history. If you feel that a doctor or medical professional negligently responded, resulting in injury or death, our lawyers can protect your rights. We will aggressively pursue your claim to maximize compensation for your loss.

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