Medical Malpractice

Delayed Diagnosis Malpractice

When you experience a delayed diagnosis, you have been let down by the health care system. Improper care and delayed treatment often leads to serious complications beyond the original health challenges that you or your loved one were already facing. 

Medical professionals, faulty lab results, or improper testing can fail to meet the standards of care that every person deserves. Unfortunately a late diagnosis is one of the more common types of diagnosis errors. 

Grover Lewis Johnson wants to fully understand your situation and get the results you deserve for a delayed diagnosis malpractice case. We’ll guide you through the legal process so that you can focus on what matters most — your health.

How We Can Help

Reach out to us to learn whether you have a case. Because we work on a contingency fee basis, you won’t pay us any fees unless we win your case. Learn how our Medical Malpractice Team can help through a free consultation.

When you work with us, you have our full attention. We take a genuine interest in your case, we listen, understand your objectives, and exceed your expectations.

As we learn about your situation, we’ll apply our knowledge and experience with medical malpractice laws to build a fearless case, involving thorough research and honest recommendations. We use our bold and respected reputation, as well as a genuine interest in your situation, to build a case that gets you the best possible results. Although it doesn’t reverse the delayed diagnosis that you’ve had to experience, we are on your side to get the compensation you deserve.

With a proven track record of leading numerous successful trials, including cases involving multiple millions of dollars, Grover Lewis Johnson’s Medical Malpractice Team is made up of the best and the brightest legal minds. Leverage our reputation, honesty, and efficiency to help you win your personal injury case.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do I have to file a personal injury lawsuit?

In Michigan, you generally have two years to file a medical malpractice suit. There are important exceptions to this general rule. We will help you sort this out.

What are examples of a delayed diagnosis case?

Delayed diagnosis examples include the following:

  • Failure to recognize cancer within a reasonable amount of time
  • Failure to timely recognize signs and symptoms of a heart attack
  • Failure to timely recognize signs and symptoms of a stroke
  • Failure to timely recognize signs and symptoms for an impending infection