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Radiology Errors

Radiology and other types of imaging technology play a vital role in today’s health care system. Unfortunately, radiology errors happen and can put patients’ lives at risk.

At Ginsberg and O'Connor, we have experience filing medical malpractice claims after a radiology error or other imaging technology mistake. Radiology is used to diagnose a variety of health issues, including cancer, stroke, tumors, broken bones and many other serious issues.

Radiology Mistakes Can Lead To Devastating Complications

Radiology errors can seriously harm patients. The most common types of errors we see include:

  • Misread X-rays, CT scans and MRIs
  • Reading the wrong patient’s radiology results
  • Communication errors between radiologists and other medical professionals

Errors can lead to misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis of serious medical conditions, complications and unnecessary treatment or surgery in some cases.

Our attorneys understand the legal process of filing a medical malpractice claim in New Jersey. Doctors, radiologists and other medical professionals can be held liable for their mistakes. Our lawyers are skilled litigators and know how to handle the most complex types of malpractice cases, and we can file a lawsuit to get you fair compensation for your suffering.

We can review your case to see if you are able to file a claim. It is important to call us right away if you believe there have been radiology errors or mistakes because there is only a limited window of time to file these claims.

Contact Our Law Firm For A Free Initial Consultation

Located in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, we represent clients throughout the surrounding areas. Misread X-rays and other radiology errors can be harmful to patients. To discuss what legal action you can take, call us at 856-437-0969, or contact us online to learn more.