When it comes to the treatment of cancer, any delay in the diagnosis of the disease could have serious or even fatal consequences. In many cases, missing a diagnosis or the delayed diagnosis of such a serious condition could be the result of doctor or hospital negligence. If you believe that you or a loved one has suffered because of this, you deserve to know your rights and options.
Cancer does not always mean that a person will die, but it is important to act quickly once the disease is discovered in the body. With most types of cancer, early intervention is critical to eliminating the disease because of the propensity for spreading rapidly. One error or mistake by a New Jersey medical professional could allow cancerous cells to spread unchecked for months or years.
You may suspect that something is wrong or you may have just learned that you do have cancer after a doctor told you that you did not have it. You may also be mourning the loss of a loved who died from cancer, diagnosed too late to properly fight this terrible disease. When you believe that a doctor failed you or your family, we can step in and investigate the circumstances, medical records and other documentation to determine if you are, indeed, the victim of medical negligence.
We believe in holding health care professionals accountable for their actions that cause harm to innocent patients. New Jersey victims of negligence have the right to seek compensation for their suffering, and we know how to hold responsible parties fully accountable for your financial losses. A delayed or missed cancer diagnosis is serious, but we are able to provide support and help during this difficult time.