According to the American College of Cardiology, one study found a full 6% of cases in the United States involved a missed diagnosis of a heart attack.

When Heart Attacks are Misdiagnosed, the Consequences are Disastrous
In the United States, heart disease is the leading cause of death, with a heart attack occurring every 40 seconds. Known in medical language as a myocardial infarction, about 12% of people who have heart attacks will die as a result. Having a prompt diagnosis and quickly receiving proper treatment are keys to surviving a heart attack—but unfortunately, not all heart attacks are properly diagnosed. In some cases, a physician may wrongly diagnose a heart attack as anxiety, GERD, or even lung issues—or they may fail to make a timely diagnosis—leading to disastrous consequences. If you’ve faced such a situation, consult a Misdiagnosis Lawyer in Philadelphia for legal guidance.

A Free Evaluation of Your Heart Attack Misdiagnosis Case, Our Heart Attack Misdiagnosis Lawyer in Philadelphia Can Help You
Are you or a loved one the victim of medical negligence? Did a mistaken or delayed heart attack diagnosis lead to further injury or death? The medical malpractice lawyers at VSCP LAW can help. Our experienced attorneys will meet with you during a no-cost consultation to discuss the details of your case. We’ve helped other clients in similar situations and we can help you, too. Get in touch with us today for a free consultation.

The thought of filing a lawsuit against a physician or a hospital may seem overwhelming. After all, they have highly-paid lawyers on staff, ready to defend their interests. But you deserve answers—and justice. Count on the senior partners at VSCP LAW your dedicated Heart Attack Misdiagnosis Lawyer in Philadelphia. Each of our attorneys is a proven litigator, having achieved hundreds of multimillion-dollar recoveries for clients. And unlike other law firms that delegate the details of your case to junior associates shortly after you sign on the dotted line, at VSCP LAW your senior partner personally handles your case from start to finish, from consultation to courtroom. Contact us today for a one-on-one consultation.

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