Dedicated medical malpractice litigators obtaining relief for victims who have suffered medical injuries in Arlington Heights, Libertyville, Cary, Itasca, and Chicago.
In life, there are many situations in which medical mishaps occur through no fault of a particular individual. In these cases, being informed and ensuring your health remains as stable as possible should be your priority. However, there are many cases in which medical malpractice causes irreversible damages. When these tragedies occur, all responsible parties must be held accountable to ensure that a grieving family is best able to cope with the loss and as a way to limit the number of avoidable occurrences.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a medical malpractice case, contact Newland & Newland, LLP to see if you are eligible for compensation. During an initial consultation, we will gather information regarding the facts and circumstances leading up to your medical malpractice incident. We will evaluate and advise you of the probability of success and provide you with an estimate of the amount you may be entitled to recover.
Understanding the Importance of X-Rays and Ultrasounds
Both X-rays and ultrasounds are imaging tools that look at different parts of the body to determine irregularities or disease. X-rays are usually used for imaging on hard structures or hard tissues, while ultrasounds are typically used for soft tissues and structures. Both are crucial steps for determining whether additional measures must be taken to protect the health of you or your loved one. Common sites for x-rays include one's bones, lungs, and the digestive tract. Ultrasounds are used to view the liver, pancreas, gallbladder, heart, or breasts.
Failure to Address Unclear Screenings
X-rays and ultrasounds are crucial steps in diagnosing an illness or irregularity. In every case, x-ray technicians, doctors, and other medical personnel review the images to determine if anything is present that might be cause for concern. This process of interpretation is often where errors occur. In many cases, medical personnel look at x-rays and ultrasounds and do not notice the irregularities or attribute the condition as something less significant, failing to err on the side of caution. This often leads to harmful health consequences that could have been avoided. If you or your loved one has been injured by a misread imaging screen, contact Newland & Newland, LLP to determine your rights to relief.
Your Arlington Heights Illinois Medical Malpractice Attorneys
If you or your loved one has been injured in a medical accident, you need a qualified attorney who is focused on result-driven success. Our attorneys have successfully handled thousands of personal injury claims since opening our three main offices in Arlington Heights, Chicago, and Libertyville, as well as our satellite offices in Crystal Lake and Itasca. These locations also make it easy to meet with us to discuss your needs. For a no-risk initial consultation, contact one of our offices today.