Chester County Cardiology Malpractice Lawyer

Heart disease is the leading killer of adults in the U.S. Those who treat heart disease do very important work. However, sometimes they’re negligent. Patients can be harmed or even lose their lives when this happens.

This is apparently becoming increasingly common. A report cited in a 2018 edition of Cardiovascular Business indicates that lawsuits for cardiovascular malpractice increased by approximately 90% over the course of a decade. This trend isn’t slowing down, with lawsuits against cardiologists increasing annually. It’s not yet clear why this is.

Regardless, if you or a loved one has been the victim of a cardiologist’s negligence, you may be able to secure financial compensation by filing a medical malpractice claim or lawsuit. Review your case with a Chester County cardiology malpractice attorney at The Weitz Firm, LLC for more details. We’ll assess your case to determine if you’re eligible for compensation. If you have a valid case, we’re prepared to offer aggressive representation on your behalf.


Cardiology malpractice can take many forms. Common examples include:

  • Misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis
  • Failure to recognize the signs of a cardiovascular condition or health event
  • Surgical errors
  • Failure to monitor the health of a patient with a cardiovascular condition
  • Failure to prescribe necessary medications or treatment
  • Failure to monitor a patient’s condition after surgery
  • Improperly reading or ignoring the results of medical tests

Doctors are human beings. Their jobs are also complex. Thus, they can, and do, make errors.

It may be difficult for a victim to understand when an error qualifies as malpractice. Thus, if you’re not certain whether you have grounds to file a claim or lawsuit, it’s wise to review your case with the experts at our Chester County cardiology malpractice law firm. We’ll help you better understand your legal options in these circumstances.


A victim of cardiology malpractice can potentially receive compensation for a variety of losses/damages. They may include (but aren’t necessarily limited to):

  • Medical bills
  • Lost wages and lost future earning potential
  • Expenses for medical equipment, medications, rehabilitation, etc.
  • Certain non-economic damages, such as pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, etc.

A qualified Chester County cardiology malpractice attorney can help you pursue any compensation for which you may be eligible by:

  • Investigating your case and applying their understanding of the applicable laws to present an argument showing malpractice occurred
  • Allowing you to focus on your recovery while they correspond with insurance adjusters and handle all administrative tasks your case may involve
  • Accounting for your numerous compensable losses to determine your claim’s approximate value
  • If necessary, rejecting an insurance company’s low offers and negotiating for a proper settlement on your behalf

At The Weitz Firm, LLC, we understand that being the victim of cardiology malpractice can be a devastating experience. That’s why we offer dedicated representation to those who’ve been harmed as a result of negligence on the part of medical professionals. Learn more by contacting us online.



    We are highly selective in the cases we undertake to ensure that can give each client his full attention. You can schedule an appointment for a personal injury consultation at our Philadelphia office by calling us, or by filling out our online intake form.