Doctor Malpractice From Delayed Diagnosis or Failure to Diagnose
When a person goes to the doctor, often because he or she does not feel well or thinks something is wrong, it is reasonable to expect that the doctor will be able to tell you what is happening. Sometimes, patients are sent away with assurances that everything is fine, even though that is far from the case. Unfortunately, the failure to diagnose cancer in a timely fashion can let invaluable treatment time pass by.
At Brown & Crouppen, in St. Louis and Kansas City, our experienced attorneys understand that time is of the essence when it comes to cancer diagnosis. Doctors should not send away patients who need treatment or tell someone that cancer is untreatable when a patient has options. All of these may be examples of malpractice and doctors should be held accountable for these kinds of mistakes.
Did you know? People go to doctors because of their specialized knowledge, and when a doctor fails to diagnose cancer correctly and in a timely manner, he or she may have failed to meet the legal responsibility to the patient.
Cancer Misdiagnosis in Missouri Lawyers
Patients may suffer additional medical harm because of misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis of all types of cancer, including:
- Breast cancer
- Cervical cancer
- Lung cancer and mesothelioma
- Prostate cancer
- Skin cancer and melanoma
- All other types of cancer
We can help you obtain medical records, start to examine the timeline of treatment and focus on complex medical issues immediately so that you can concentrate on the recovery process.
“I was very happy with the service I received and was treated with the highest respect by the entire staff.” – Keisha G.
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For more information regarding the delayed or misdiagnosis of cancer, contact us at Brown & Crouppen and schedule an appointment for a free initial consultation. Call our office as soon as possible at 877-448-5415.
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