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Did a Doctor Fail To Diagnose Your Cancer?
You may be entitled to significant compensation.
As the second-leading cause of death, cancer causes tremendous pain to millions of patients and their loved ones. We depend on doctors and trained specialists to diagnose and treat this devastating disease, but what happens when neglect leads to misdiagnosis? The results can be devastating.
More often than most people think, cancer is misdiagnosed; experts at Johns Hopkins University estimate that one out of every 71 cases is wrongly diagnosed. What is more, an astounding 1 in 5 cancers is incorrectly classified. Often, faulty diagnoses or misclassifications arise from faulty analyses of laboratory results by pathologists.
In this time of distress, you owe it to yourself to get the help of a lawyer who cares about your health and well-being – and is committed to serving justice. The lawyers for a cancer misdiagnosis case within our network of nationally recognized, leading litigation attorneys can provide just that. The sooner you contact us, the faster you will be able to obtain the damages you deserve.
Why Should I Speak to a Lawyer About a Cancer Misdiagnosis?
An experienced cancer misdiagnosis lawyer can be an important resource when navigating the complications of the legal process. Your lawyer can provide a wide range of information about your legal options, including how likely it is that a lawsuit for medical malpractice will succeed.
Medical expenses: If you have suffered from a false diagnosis, damages awarded from your lawsuit may pay for a hospital bill or other medical expenses which were not necessary. If your doctor failed to make a prompt diagnosis, the medical insurance might cover costly treatments, medications, and rehabilitation services that may have been unnecessary had the cancer been caught sooner.
Lost wages: Did you miss work while receiving unnecessary treatments because of an improperly diagnosed cancer? Loss wages compensation can be very much within your reach when working with a proper cancer negligence lawyer.
Pain and suffering: The emotional distress associated with misdiagnosis cannot be overstated. Compensation for misdiagnosis in cancer takes this into consideration, and harms are frequently reflective of anxiety, depression, and other sources of psychological distress. Pain and suffering damages also offer compensation for any physical ailments or discomfort experienced as a result of the misdiagnosis.
Cancer misdiagnosis claims are among many practice areas our trial attorneys take on.
The nationwide network of trial attorneys in our group handle a wide range of personal injury and accident claims including but not limited to:
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The Law May Limit The Time You Have To File a Cancer Misdiagnosis Lawsuit
Under the legal rule known as “the statute of limitations,” any claim stemming from a cancer misdiagnosis claim must be filed within a specific period of time, otherwise, the injured person’s legal claims are barred, and their right to bring suit is lost for all time.
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