Fighting for your right
to compensation

Cincinnati Medical Misdiagnosis Lawyers

Millions Recovered for
Injured Patients

Doctors and hospitals, as well as medical clinics, are not infallible. When a serious illness or condition is misdiagnosed and the wrong treatment applied, the condition can worsen, leading sometimes to a serious illness. The condition can progress to a point where it cannot be treated successfully. If you were misdiagnosed and suffered serious consequences, contact The Moore Law Firm. We are located in Cincinnati, OH, and are one of the premier personal injury law firms serving the Midwest.

Our founder has the highest possible AV® Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell®. Both and Don Moore and Dan Moore are rated 10.0 by Avvo. Don has been listed as an Ohio Super Lawyer® for the past 12 years. Dan has been listed as an Ohio Super Lawyer since 2016. Your case will be in the hands of a true legal professional when our Cincinnati doctor malpractice attorney takes it on.

A Failure to Diagnose,
or Delayed Diagnosis

When a person has a serious illness or condition, and the diagnosis by the doctor was incorrect, the condition or illness can progress to the point where it cannot be treated. Certain cancers can be treated successfully, but early intervention is critical. Beyond that point, the percentage of those who survive reduces radically.

Commonly Misdiagnosed Conditions

Some of the more common conditions that have been misdiagnosed include:

Misdiagnosis of these conditions can lead to the patient suffering complications, injuries, or in the most tragic cases, permanent brain damage, paralysis, or loss of life. If you believe your physician, surgeon or other medical professional failed to correctly diagnose your condition, contact our firm without delay.

Pursuing Compensation for
Your Suffering

The situation can allow you to pursue compensation for all damages through a medical malpractice claim. A doctor making an error does not necessarily mean that the case has merit; in order for a medical malpractice claim to be successful, the patient must have damages, such as a condition that is permanent or long term, an illness that affected the ability to function, or situation such as an advanced cancer that could have been treated if diagnosed correctly.

If your physician has failed to diagnose you, and did not apply the accepted standard in treating you, it is likely that you could recover damages. The doctor's malpractice insurance company will not make it easy, and you need a high quality, experienced Cincinnati misdiagnosis lawyer to manage your case.

Call our firm at (513) 232-2000 for more information about a misdiagnosis case that led to injury, illness, a permanent condition or loss of life.

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Fighting for Your Right
to Compensation

If you have been injured or have lost a loved one as a result of another person's negligence, you deserve to be fully compensated for your losses. The simple fact is that you should not be forced to pay the price for another person's careless or reckless actions.

Personal Injury Lawyers Serving Ohio and Kentucky – The Moore Law Firm

The legal system gives you the right to seek justice for these wrongs — take advantage of your rights. The most effective step you can take to secure your right to fair compensation for your losses is to hire a Cincinnati personal injury attorney to advocate on your behalf and represent your case to the insurance company.

Client Satisfaction
Dan Moore is honest and super in his field and I would not hesitate to use him again. He will work for you! —Avvo User
My family and I were impressed with the way everyone at the Moore law firm was so professional and genuinely kind and caring at the same time. —A.P.
I would highly recommend inquiring how he and his firm can assist anyone in their time of need. —Avvo User
He went above and beyond for my son, even getting him more money after the settlement was done. —B.B.
I have always felt Mr. Moore was looking out for the advancement and protecting the interest of both myself and my wife. —Herbert Moyer