Late Diagnosis of Internal Bleeding
Since internal bleeding can be potentially life-threatening, medical professionals must accurately diagnose the condition as promptly as possible to mitigate any further deterioration of your health. As our New Hampshire legal team knows, the consequences that you and your family now have to cope after the late diagnosis of internal bleeding are likely to be exceedingly severe and particularly troubling for how preventable they should have been.
If your doctor was late to diagnose your internal bleeding, the New Hampshire late diagnosis attorneys with Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, may be able to help you purse compensation for all the pain and suffering that you have been forced to experience as a result.
Late Diagnosis of Internal Bleeding Claims in New Hampshire
Medical professionals are trained and expected to recognize symptoms that are consistent with internal bleeding, so that they may readily attend to their needs. With that in mind, your doctor should have anticipated that you were suffering from internal bleeding if you exhibited the following symptoms that are common to the condition:
- Change in skin color—particularly when it becomes purplish
- Swelling in the legs or pain in the thighs
- Light-headedness or dizziness
- Loss of consciousness
- Abdominal pain
Though each of these symptoms may not indicate internal bleeding alone, they should at least prompt your physician to perform appropriate testing to discover their true cause.
Consult with a Late Diagnosis Attorney in New Hampshire
If your doctor was slow to diagnosis your internal bleeding, the New Hampshire late diagnosis attorneys with Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, may help you pursue compensation for any of the additional pain and suffering you may have been made to endure. To begin assessing the legal action available to you with one of our New Hampshire medical malpractice attorneys, please call our offices at (617) 426-4488 today.