EXPERIENCED ATTORNEYS REPRESENTING VICTIMS OF CANCER MISDIAGNOSIS
A cancer misdiagnosis robs you of the ability to receive potentially life-saving treatment during the earliest stages of the disease when it is most treatable. While diagnosis is not an exact science, doctors are expected to follow standards of care when diagnosing cancer; when they do not, the consequences can last a lifetime or be fatal. The Connecticut misdiagnosis attorneys at D’Amico & Pettinicchi, LLC stand up for victims and their families.
Are you a victim of misdiagnosed cancer? We would be honored to speak with you about your legal rights and options.
MISDIAGNOSIS ROBS CANCER PATIENTS OF YEARS OF LIFE
To misdiagnose cancer limits a patient’s options, and often, his or her lifespan. We’ve seen this firsthand, in cases that absolutely broke our hearts. One of our clients went to his doctor complaining of a sore on his tongue. The doctor told him it was a canker sore. A year later, he found out that it was a stage four cancer that had spread throughout his body. A year after that, all medical science could do was make him comfortable in his final days.
Breast cancer, colon cancer, lung cancer, and brain cancer are often misdiagnosed by family physicians, radiologists, or internists. They may fail to recognize the symptoms, fail to order appropriate tests or fail to read the test findings accurately.
WE WILL FIGHT FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY’S RIGHTS
If you’ve been affected by cancer misdiagnosis, contact our firm for a free consultation with an experienced attorney. We’ll listen to your story, answer your questions and explain your legal rights and options. If you choose to retain us, we’ll deal with the malpractice insurance company on your behalf while you focus on your life and your family.
Our attorneys will relentlessly represent your interests in negotiations and, if necessary, at trial. We have extensive trial experience representing victims of medical malpractice, including honing our strategies and arguments in our in-house courtroom. We will be your compassionate advocates from start to finish because we understand it’s not just a case; it’s your life.
It’s important to act quickly in malpractice cases so that we can secure evidence and take legal action before critical deadlines expire. Contact us today to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation with one of our attorneys experienced in cancer misdiagnosis.