You think there's been a delay in diagnosing your true medical condition. You're concerned that the doctor or hospital failed to recognize what was really going on with you. There's one key question you need to know that will help me determine what happened.
The key question is not just how much of a delay was there. Instead, the important question that must be answered is "How did that delay make a difference in the outcome?"
Did the delay cause you significant or permanent injury? If so, what exact injuries did you suffer? If the delay in diagnosing your condition did not cause you injury, then you will have a very difficult and challenging time bringing a lawsuit in New York.
We must always show not only that there was a delay in recognizing your condition, but that failure to timely and properly recognize and treat you was a substantial factor in causing and contributing to your injuries.
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