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3 Common Signs of Military Medical Malpractice

June 30, 2015

Whenever you or someone you love needs more intensive medical care, the expectation is that you can rely on a military hospital or  military medical clinic to deliver the treatments needed. Tragically, however, medical negligence can occur at any health care facility – including those dedicated to treating members of the U.S. military and their families.

Below, we’ll point out some of the more common signs that military medical malpractice has occurred. Understanding what the red flags of malpractice are can help you figure out when to reach out for more information about your rights and options for holding negligent military medical professionals accountable for harming you/your loved one(s).

Red Flags You May Have Been the Victim of Military Medical Malpractice

Some signs that you may have been the target of military medical malpractice can include that:

1 – Your doctor diagnoses you with minimal (or no) medical testing.

Diagnosing medical conditions can be an involved process that typically requires talking to people about their symptoms, performing certain medical testing and reviewing those test results. Such medical testing, which will vary according to the symptoms people have, may include (but isn’t limited to):

  • Blood work
  • MRIs or CT scans
  • Biopsies.

So, if you’ve been diagnosed with a moderate to severe medical condition and you haven’t undergone any (or the usual) diagnostic testing, this may be an indication that you have been the target of military medical malpractice.

2 – You have symptoms that don’t fit your doctor’s diagnosis.

Some studies have found that medical professionals get as many as 1 in every 25 diagnoses wrong. So, if you’ve been diagnosed with a condition and you are experiencing symptoms that don’t fit the diagnosis, again, it may be a sign of military medical malpractice – and it’s definitely time to start asking more questions about your condition and doctor.

3 – Your condition is getting worse even though you are undergoing the prescribed treatment(s).

When the treatments you are receiving are not resulting in any improvements in your condition, this can be another red flag that you may have been misdiagnosed and that you are not getting the right treatments.

In these situations, it can be essential to get a second or even third opinion to find out if your first doctor did, in fact, make mistakes in diagnosing you and/or prescribing you treatments.

The Bottom Line: If You Suspect Medical Mistakes & Medical Negligence…

  • Get a second opinion from another doctor.
  • Contact one of our trusted military medical malpractice lawyers to find out more about your rights and best options for obtaining compensation and justice.

Military Medical Malpractice Lawyer at the Law Firm of  Brown Law

Have you or a loved one been injured by medical negligence at a military medical facility? If so, it’s time to contact the military medical malpractice lawyer at the Law Firm of Brown Law. Our attorneys have the skills and experience necessary to get you the justice you deserve.

Although no amount of money can ever make up for an injury or wrongful death caused by medical malpractice, the compensation we could help you recover will go a long way in covering medical costs and the pain and suffering you have endured.

When brave men and women like you take on the challenge of protecting our country’s freedom, they deserve the best in legal representation. At Brown Law, we never charge any fees unless we are able to secure the compensation you deserve. Please call us toll-free at 1-877-695-8757 24 hours a day seven days a week. You can also email us using the online form at the upper right-hand side of the screen.

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