Breast Cancer: Delayed Diagnosis Or Misdiagnosis?
When caught early, breast cancer can be treated aggressively with remarkably high survival rates. When doctors and other medical professionals make a critical error in failing to diagnose the disease in a timely manner, however, patients face grave challenges in their fight against cancer.
When you or someone in your family is at a disadvantage because of a delayed breast cancer diagnosis, turn to the law firm of Williams, Walsh & O'Connor, & , LLC. Based in North Haven, Connecticut, our attorneys aggressively pursue claims against negligent radiologists, gynecologists or other health care providers.
Experience, Knowledge And Skill On Your Side
Our medical malpractice attorneys are experienced in handling failure to diagnose breast cancer cases involving:
- Failing to perform regular screenings, particularly for high-risk patients
- Misreading a mammogram
- Improperly performing a physical exam
- Failing to recognize symptoms
- Not ordering a biopsy on abnormal tissue
- Failing to refer to an oncologist when necessary
- Not accurately diagnosing an advanced stage of breast cancer
If your health care provider missed clear signs of cancer, resulting in serious injury or even wrongful death, it is important that you hold the at-fault individuals accountable. Our attorneys can help you do this. We will thoroughly investigate your situation, consulting with top-notch medical experts. Through it all, we will be by your side, helping you achieve justice.
Holding Negligent Medical Professionals Liable | Contact Us
We recognize that a monetary settlement cannot make up for the pain and suffering you and your family have suffered. However, it can go a long way toward easing the financial burden of treatment and other related costs. Contact us online or call 203-285-3593 or 866-530-7228 to schedule an appointment.
Our office is near New Haven, in proximity to Interstates 91, 95 and 84. Evening and weekend appointments are available by request.
We handle delayed breast cancer diagnosis cases on a contingency fee basis. That means you only pay when we successfully recover money on your behalf.