How Failure to Properly Read or Interpret Radiological Film can have Serious Ramifications By Tod Aronovitz | 03/01/19 | 0 Comment

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A radiologist is someone who reads diagnostic films. Examples of the types of tests that radiologists read include ultrasounds, X-rays, CT scans, mammograms, sonograms and MRIs. While radiology technology has greatly assisted medical professionals, it’s only as good as the proper interpretation of the data that’s collected. Essentially, if a medical professional fails to properly read a radiology film, it can have serious repercussions on the person who received the wrong reading. 

Is it Medical Malpractice? 

The big question that always enters people’s minds when they receive an inaccurate radiology reading: is it medical malpractice? If it is deemed medical malpractice, then you could be entitled to collect damages for your injuries. It’s important when you’ve found out that you’ve been given an inaccurate radiology reading that you seek the assistance of a Miami medical malpractice attorney at Aronovitz Law. 

A Miami medical malpractice attorney at Aronovitz Law can evaluate the circumstances surrounding your specific case to determine whether or not you indeed have a case. In instances where a misdiagnosis led to a worsened medical condition or a medical injury, then you may very well have a medical malpractice claim.

How a Miami Malpractice Attorney Can Help 

Many people hesitate to hire a malpractice attorney after receiving a radiology misdiagnosis because first, they don’t know if it’s indeed classified as medical malpractice and second, because they don’t think they have the money to pay for an attorney. The good thing about the Miami medical malpractice attorneys at Aronovitz Law is that they work on a contingency basis, which means that they only get paid if you get paid. The Miami medical malpractice attorneys at Aronovitz Law are dedicated to winning your case without you being concerned about paying an attorney to pursue your medical malpractice claim. 

Contact a medical malpractice attorney at Aronovitz Law today if you’ve had a radiological film interpreted improperly.