Atlanta Failure to Diagnose Cancer Lawyer
Filing a Claim After Failure to Diagnose Cancer in Georgia
Death by cancer is not inevitable. Many common types of cancers are readily treatable if detected soon enough. However, the critical window for detecting cancer is often narrow, but early detection and diagnosis can make the difference between life and death.
If you have lost someone to cancer, you should ask yourself the following questions:
- Could the cancer have been treated if it was caught in time?
- Did the treating physician provide a late or mistaken diagnosis?
- Was the death avoidable, if not for the physician’s failure to detect the cancer?
If your answer to these questions were all yes, then you should contact the experienced Georgia personal injury attorneys at the Grant Law Office immediately. You may have a viable medical malpractice claim against the treating physician and his or her hospital. For more information about failure to diagnose cancer claims and your legal options, call us today at (404) 995-3955.
We Have Successfully Handled Many Failure to Diagnose Cancer Cases
Our legal team has decades of combined experience representing claimants who have been injured or lost loved ones as the result of medical malpractice involving delayed cancer diagnosis, including cases involving:
- Lung cancer
- Colon cancer
- Cervical cancer
- Breast cancer
- Prostate cancer
- And other common types of cancers
We have achieved millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts in medical malpractice cases. Let us put our experience to work for you. With our help, you may obtain the compensation you need to secure financial stability for the foreseeable future.
We Have the Knowledge and Resources to Prove Your Atlanta Claim
Failure to diagnose cancer claims can be difficult to prove since the physician and/or the hospital can always claim that they did everything they could and that the cancer could not reasonably have been prevented. Our attorneys can help you establish your claim in the face of such disputes by conducting an exhaustive investigation of the facts and consulting with the most qualified experts, including cancer specialists and radiologists.
Time is of the Essence in Georgia
Do not wait too long to discuss your case with a qualified failure to diagnose attorney in Atlanta. There is a deadline for filing medical malpractice claims, otherwise known as the statute of limitations. If you fail to file your claim before the statute of limitations expires, you won’t be able to collect any compensation for your losses, putting you in a deep financial hole. Protect your right to full and fair compensation by contacting us today.
Georgia Failure to Diagnose Cancer Attorneys Offering Free Consultations
If you would like to schedule a free consultation with one of our excellent Atlanta medical malpractice attorneys, please call our office at (404) 995-3955 or (866) 249-5513 or submit an online contact form. Our dedicated legal staff is on standby to provide you with assistance.
Related Case Result
Failure to Diagnose Breast Cancer / Medical Malpractice action against prominent HMO - Our client’s breast cancer diagnosis was made after a 14-month delay. During that time, the cancer spread to 22/22 lymph nodes. Arguing that the initial scans revealed a mass that should have been subjected to biopsy, we were able to settle the case with a satisfactory result approximately one year after the lawsuit was filed.
Recent Failure to Diagnose Breast Cancer Verdicts and Settlements
- Confidential Settlement - Failure to diagnose breast cancer/medical malpractice action against prominent HMO.
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