Stroke Injury Cases in Maryland
The Leading Medical Malpractice Attorneys in Baltimore
If someone else’s negligence caused you or a loved one to suffer a stroke injury, you have the right to seek compensation for your medical costs, lost wages, and any other needs the injury has created. The Law Office of Snyder & Snyder, P.A. has decades of experience ensuring that our clients get the large jury awards their severe injuries deserve. Clients choose us because we’re winners—it’s what we do.
Why should you trust The Law Office of Snyder & Snyder, P.A.?
- We take on every case with winning in mind—we prepare for a trial, every time.
- Courts, legal thinkers, and juries offer high praise for our aggressive approach.
- In our history, our firm has over $1 billion in verdicts and settlements* for clients.
- Our clients work with us on a contingency fee basis—they never pay until we win.
Your injury deserves to be answered for—call (410) 983-3535 for a free case consultation today.
The Dangers of Stroke Misdiagnosis
The most common form of brain injury is stroke, when blood flow is restricted to or from the brain. Stroke is a major issue in American health. It is in the top three of leading causes of death in the United States and is the single highest cause of long-term disability. Recent statistics report that nearly 800,000 people a year suffer from a stroke.
Long-term issues from stroke include:
- Loss of speech
- Loss of memory
- Personality shift
- Loss of motor control
- Partial or total paralysis
Recent studies revealed that emergency doctors are 30% more likely to misdiagnose or ignore signs of stroke in different groups. The people most at risk for misdiagnosis were women, minorities, and people under 45. Alarmingly, these statistics pertain to emergency room doctors, who are expected to be the most familiar and well-trained with stroke symptoms.
Call Our Firm Today—(410) 983-3535
If an emergency room doctor did not diagnose your stroke symptoms quickly enough (or at all), they may be held accountable for their negligence. Proving malpractice is what our firm does best—we know how to present your cause truthfully, effectively, and aggressively. Our history of success helps our clients know that their case is in the right hands. When you can’t afford to lose, choose a winning team—Snyder & Snyder.
Contact our firm today to schedule your free case consultation.