Did You Or A Loved One Receive A Delayed Cancer Diagnosis?
A cancer diagnosis is no longer an automatic death sentence. Caught early, many forms of cancer are treatable. As the disease progresses, however, it becomes more and more difficult to treat. The chance of pain, disfigurement and even death increases.
If your doctor failed to diagnose cancer in a timely manner, resulting in injury to you or someone you love, turn to Williams, Walsh & O'Connor, & , LLC. Our medical malpractice attorneys provide compassionate, assertive and experienced legal help to people who have been injured by a delayed diagnosis. Call 203-285-3593 or 866-530-7228 to speak with one of our lawyers today.
Protecting Your Rights
Sometimes, there is no way cancer could have been detected earlier. However, there are many instances when a physician should have suspected the disease and either personally diagnosed it or referred the patient to a specialist.
Our firm handles cases involving serious injury or wrongful death resulting from:
- Bone cancer
- Skin cancer
- Breast cancer
- Colon cancer
- Cervical cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Lung cancer
- Other cancer
Doctors are expected to act in accordance with the accepted standard of care. When they fail to do so, such as when they fail to properly diagnose cancer, they must be held accountable. You have every right to expect a high standard of health care. When a professional betrays your trust and is negligent, you are entitled to take legal action to protect your rights.
As your attorneys, we will launch a thorough investigation into your case. Consulting with experts, we will carefully examine the opportunities that your treating or consulting doctor had to spot the first signs of a malignancy.
Take Action Today | We Offer A Free Consultation
Contact us online or call 203-285-3593 or 866-530-7228 to speak with our legal team during an initial consultation. Our firm is based near New Haven, in proximity to the intersection of I-91, I-95 and I-84. Evening and weekend appointments are available.
We handle delayed cancer diagnosis cases on a contingency fee basis. That means you pay nothing until we are successful on your behalf.