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Failure to Diagnose Breast Cancer, Misdiagnosis
Did your doctor fail to see the obvious signs of breast cancer? Was your biopsy incorrectly marked as clear when there was actually cancer present?
A missed or delayed breast cancer diagnosis is one of the most common causes of medical malpractice lawsuits. Breast cancer can be a devestating diagnosis, and like many cancers, early detection is key. Delayed diagnosis of breast cancer may mean treatments are less effective, need to be more invasive, or are simply no longer viable options.
Dealing with a breast cancer diagnosis is certainly stressful: investigating potential treatments, managing the associated paperwork, and dealing emotionally with everything while still keeping up with daily life. Trying to determine if the clear biopsy you had on that breast lump a year ago was wrong is something few want to add to their to-do list. This is where an experienced medical malpractice lawyer can help.
A medical malpractice lawyer with specialized knowledge in breast cancer misdiagnoses cases knows what medical records need to be requested and what to look for in them. Understanding diagnostic procedures and general disease progression along with the legal issues relating to fault and liability are key to effectively persuing your lawsuit.
Many people are unsure if their delayed or missed breast cancer diagnosis situation merits damages. A medical malpractice lawyer experienced in misdiagnosis of breast cancer lawsuits can help you make that assessment. Our attorneys can review your potential case free of charge and with no obligation to file a lawsuit. Contact us today.
If you have been wondering whether the history of events that eventually led to your diagnosis constitute malpractice, don't delay in finding out. Statutes of limitations apply, meaning you have a limited amount of time in which to file a suit.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Medical Malpractice Lawyer: Misdiagnosed Breast Cancer
The complicated issues surrounding fault and liability require an experienced medical malpractice lawyer. Our Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based firm has experience in misdiagnosed and delayed diagnosis breast cancer lawsuits. Our lawyers can help you obtain compensation for injuries caused by medical negligence. Contact our medical malpractice lawyers to learn more.
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