Failure to Diagnose Cancer
Pittsburgh Cancer Misdiagnosis Attorney
After a cancer diagnosis, the earlier the doctor intervenes, the better the possibility is for more favorable results. Learning that you have been diagnosed with cancer can be heartbreaking. However, the devastation intensifies exponentially when you learn that the prognosis could be better if the cancer had been detected sooner. I am medical malpractice lawyer Michael C. George, and I have more than twenty years of experience representing clients through sensitive medical malpractice lawsuits. I understand my clients’ frustrations in not receiving adequate medical care and aggressively pursue compensation for their losses after a doctor fails to timely diagnose cancer. Contact my Pennsylvania medical malpractice law firm to speak with a skilled trial lawyer regarding your case.
Delayed Cancer Diagnosis
Although in some situations, there are no symptoms or other signs that there is a medical problem such as cancer, other cases could and should have been detected. A doctor may ignore symptoms of chest pain, fail to adequately review X-Rays or to order appropriate further testing when necessary. These months or years of negligence and delayed diagnosis could mean the difference between the need for massive surgery or treatment verses minor treatment, or between saving the individual’s life or death.
Pennsylvania Medical Malpractice Representation
I am familiar with complex issues in failure to diagnose cancer lawsuits and am able to provide clients with the high quality medical malpractice representation that they deserve. I assist clients with many forms of cancer misdiagnosis, such as failure to diagnose the following:
- Breast cancer
- Colorectal cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Skin cancer
- Cervical cancer
- Other forms of cancer
Seeking Justice after a Doctor’s Failure to Diagnose Cancer
Years ago, a doctor’s diagnosis of cancer was final. There was no hope for recovery. Today, if a doctor takes proper measure to diagnose the problem, the devastating consequences may be avoided. If you have suffered greater risks or damage, or have lost a loved one due to a doctor’s failure to diagnose cancer, you should consult with an experienced medical malpractice attorney to discuss the potential to recover damages. For a free initial consultation with an experienced Pennsylvania cancer misdiagnosis trial lawyer, contact me today.