A cancer diagnosis can change your life. When that diagnosis is delayed, the changes can be even more drastic. The treatments you have to undergo may be more difficult, more expensive, and more exhausting. There’s an increased chance that you won’t feel up to doing all of the things you usually do, at least for a while. Because the effects on your life are so significant, it’s important that you have all of the help and support you can get. While you’re leaning on your trusted doctors for medical advice and your family for moral support, you’ll also need someone you can count on to protect your legal rights.
What few cancer patients know is that the time to pursue a misdiagnosis lawsuit is short. You may have only two years from the date you learned that medical malpractice had occurred to take action. Otherwise, no matter how much the misdiagnosis harms your family, you may never get the compensation you deserve or be able to hold the doctor accountable for all of the harm caused by the negligence.
To find out if your delayed diagnosis could be the grounds for a cancer misdiagnosis claim, please contact us at [insert phone number]. We’ll discuss your situation one-on-one and answer all of your questions – at no charge, of course. We work on a no-win, no-fee basis, so you will never have to pay any out-of-pocket fees for the consultation or our representation, from the day we get involved until the day your case resolves.