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This pups all lined up to go to the euth room, sadly not one single call


A large number of medical malpractice lawsuits stem from the misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis of a medical condition, illness, or injury. When a doctor's diagnosis error leads to incorrect treatment, delayed treatment, or no treatment at all, a patient's condition can be made much worse, and they may even die. That being said, a mistake in diagnosis by itself is not enough to sustain a medical malpractice lawsuit.

PUPS ALL LINED UP TO GO TO THE EUTH ROOM

- Folks, we have posted these pups & their mama on here for over a week now

- NOT ONE SINGLE CALL

- There is no room in a tiny rural shelter in South Texas for TEN PUPPIES

- THESE PUPS & MAMA ARE RESCUE ONLY & DIE TOMORROW IF NO RESCUES CALL TO TAG TONIGHT BY 11 pm cst

- Located: Rural South Texas Outside Corpus Christi

CALL or TEXT to save:

Coordinator: (410) 608-2195

FOSTERS PLEASE STEP UP. IMMEDIATE HELP NEEDED. I JUST SPOKE WITH THE SHELTER. CALL OR GO TO THE SHELTER. THESE PUPS NEED FOSTERS RIGHT NOW.

We are NOT the City Shelter to where pictures were taken. FOR MORE INFO ON THIS PET please contact:
Rural South Texas Shelter Near Corpus Christi
FMI:410-608-2195
Ask for information about MOM with TEN PUPPIES

Fidonation, if you or someone you know is interested in giving this pup the forever family he rightfully deserves, please contact the Rural South Texas Shelter Near Corpus Christi at 410-608-2195, and Ask for information about MOM with TEN PUPPIES

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So when can you sue for a misdiagnosis? Ask yourself these questions:

1. Did the misdiagnosis result from something that was overlooked or ignored?

For example, imagine that you repeatedly told your doctor that you had joint pain and a rash, and the doctor just shrugged off your comments about the joint pain as the normal process of aging and gave you an ointment for the rash. He ignored your family history of psoriasis and overlooked the connection between the two symptoms that could have led to a diagnosis of psoriatic arthritis until after you suffered severe complications -- like damage to your heart valve.

That's an example of possible negligence. The doctor dismissed your concerns, failed to refer you to an appropriate specialist and probably caused a delay in the effective treatment of your disease. The delay likely caused your condition to worsen unnecessarily.

2. Were you harmed by the wrong treatment?

Sometimes a wrong diagnosis and wrong treatment don't do any good, but they also don't do any real harm. If the misdiagnosis and wrong treatment causes no recognizable harm, you may have a hard time making a case.

On the other hand, you may have a great case if the treatment made your condition worse. For example, imagine that your doctor diagnoses you with high blood pressure when you're really just showing a temporarily high reading due to stress and pain. The blood pressure medication causes your blood pressure to fall too low and you end up in the intensive care unit for a week at the hospital.

That could make a good case for negligence. The doctor failed to act with caution and injured you.

If you think you may be the victim of a misdiagnosis, an attorney can review your case and advise you of your options.