Radiology Errors

X-rays, MRIs and CAT scans are commonly used medical diagnostic tools. Doctors and surgeons must be able to read and interpret the results from those tests correctly. X-ray technicians have a major responsibility to ensure that patients are kept safe from excess radiation, while also getting the X-rays required by physicians.

If you think a doctor or surgeon made a mistake in diagnosing or treating you because of a radiology error, talk to the medical malpractice trial lawyers at Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum, P.C. We offer more than 40 years of experience seeking justice for victims of medical negligence. Contact us today for a free initial consultation.

Injuries And Radiology Errors

We are ready to help you recover full and fair compensation for injuries relating to all types of radiology errors, including:

  • Delayed X-ray diagnosis, failure to diagnose cancer
  • Misread CAT scans and MRI test results
  • Communication breakdowns between health care providers
  • Diagnostic specialist errors

When doctors and other medical professionals breach an acceptable standard of care, they should be held accountable for the serious injuries and harm that arise from those errors.

Misread X-Rays

In many cases, to properly diagnose illnesses and injuries and to set out a treatment plan for those health conditions, it is necessary to run diagnostic tests such as X-rays, MRIs and CAT scans. When a physician fails to order the proper tests or misreads them, it can cause the misdiagnosis of broken bones, cardiac infections, illnesses like pneumonia and other serious and life-threatening conditions.

At the New York City law firm of Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum, P.C., our team of experienced lawyers helps people injured by misdiagnosis and delayed treatment fight when the misreading of X-rays and other diagnostic testing led to their injuries.

Experience With Misread X-Rays

We have extensive experience representing plaintiffs in radiology cases involving:

  • Delayed diagnosis of cancer
  • Failure to diagnose breast cancer
  • Failure to diagnose meningitis
  • Delayed treatment of kidney disease and liver disease
  • Emergency room misdiagnosis and delayed treatment

Physicians and other health care professionals have specialized knowledge that allows them to properly read X-rays and make diagnoses based on those X-rays. They must invest the time to take proper notes and ask the right questions to make the correct decisions and improve their patients’ quality of life.

Call Our Law Office Today

To discuss your rights with an experienced New York City medical malpractice attorney, contact our offices on Wall Street today. All radiology error cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. You will owe no attorney’s fees until we recover financial compensation for you.