Cases of Stroke Injury in Maryland
Preeminent Medical Malpractice Attorneys
Stroke injury is difficult enough to recover from, let alone if it resulted from someone else’s mistake. If you or a loved one has experienced a stroke injury, don’t suffer in silence. You have a right to seek compensation for lost wages, medical costs and other needs the injury has created and the Snyder Law Group, LLC can help. With decades of experience ensuring our clients receive everything their trauma warrants, we will put your injury first – it’s what we do.
Why should you trust The Snyder Law Group, LLC?
- We approach each case with a winning mindset – which means preparing for each trial with you in mind.
- Our aggressive approach has garnered praise from courts, legal thinkers, and juries alike.
- Across our cases, our clients have been awarded hundreds of millions in verdicts and settlements*.
- We work until you win – our clients are with us on a contingency fee basis so they never pay until we win.
The Hazards of Stroke Misdiagnosis
Strokes, the most common form of brain injury, occur when blood is unable to flow to or from the brain. As one of the top three leading causes of death in the United States, this injury is a major health concern facing Americans. When they are not deadly, strokes still have severe effects as they are the highest cause of long-term disability. According to recent statistics reports, nearly 800,000 people suffer a stroke each year.
Long-term issues caused by stroke include:
- Loss of speech
- Loss of memory
- Personality shift
- Loss of motor control
- Partial or total paralysis
Medical doctors are not always accurate when identifying stroke. Recent studies found that for different groups of patients, emergency doctors are 30% more likely to misdiagnose or ignore signs of stroke. Women, minorities and people under 45 were most at risk to be misdiagnosed. More shocking, emergency room doctors are thought of as the most familiar with and trained to spot stroke symptoms.
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Hold your emergency room doctor accountable for their actions if they failed to diagnose your stroke symptoms in time, or even at all. Their decisions could be considered negligent. Our firm is built around accountability and proving malpractice when it occurs. We have a notable record of presenting cases truthfully, completely, and emphatically. Our clients have found comfort knowing their case is handled by experts with a history of success. Don’t risk your health any longer, choose a winning team — the Snyder Law Group, LLC.