When A Misdiagnosis Leads To A Brain Aneurysm
Radiologists and neurosurgeons have a duty to properly diagnose their patients’ medical conditions. A doctor’s failure to diagnose an aneurysm can lead to severe consequences, such as complete brain damage or wrongful death. If you or a loved one has suffered due to a doctor’s negligence, you have the right to hold him or her liable in a medical malpractice suit.
Contact Bolus Law Offices today to schedule your free consultation by calling us at 866-854-2804. One of our Louisville brain aneurysm misdiagnosis attorneys will discuss your situation with you and help you determine if you have a claim.
Experienced Legal Team Ready To Fight for You
Attorney James “Bo” Bolus has years of experience holding medical practitioners liable for their mistakes, including cases of brain aneurysm misdiagnosis. Together with our legal team, he does whatever it takes to evaluate your claim, compile all necessary medical records and pursue full compensation in settlement conferences or court.
In addition to our litigation experience, our firm also uses technology to support our clients’ claims. We can create three-dimensional (3D) reconstructions of an individual’s brain to show pictures of the individual before and after the aneurysm. These images are crucial to making a comprehensive wrongful death claim based on a brain aneurysm misdiagnosis. A sample 3D composite is available on our Medical Illustrations page.
Do Not Ignore The Signs Of A Potential Brain Aneurysm
Individuals who suffer from a brain aneurysm rupture often describe the feeling as the worst headache of their lives, which involves symptoms such as:
- Localized pain in the head, base of the skull or neck
- Blurred vision
- Light sensitivity
- Nausea or vomiting
Less experienced medical professionals can misdiagnose brain aneurysms because these symptoms are also symptoms of migraines.
Contact Our Dedicated Medical Malpractice Legal Team Today
If you or a loved one has suffered dire consequences due to a brain aneurysm misdiagnosis, contact our medical malpractice lawyers for your free consultation. We represent clients in Kentucky and Indiana.