Cancer Misdiagnosis Attorneys Helping People Across the Chicagoland Area
Generally speaking, the sooner an illness is diagnosed, the better chance the patient has of making a complete recovery. When a doctor does not diagnose a disease in a timely fashion, you are robbed of crucial time to treat the disease. When you report symptoms to your doctor, your doctor has the duty to look into the causes of your illness. Your doctor should order appropriate tests as necessary. These failures can cost lives.
Cases involving a physician's failure to diagnose often involve a failure to diagnose cancer. When cancer is diagnosed early, such as Stage 1 or Stage 2 cancer, patients are likely to have a more favorable diagnosis. In Stage 3 or Stage 4 cancer, patients have fewer treatment options, and those courses of treatment that do exist are less likely to be successful.
If you have lost a loved one due to a physician's failure to diagnose a disease or a misdiagnosis, you may have a claim for medical malpractice. To learn more about your rights, it is important to speak with an experienced failure to diagnose lawyer. We are the law firm of Brady & Jensen. With offices in Elgin and Geneva, we serve people across the Chicagoland area.
We are tough, experienced litigators who understand what is at stake in these types of cases. Our law firm will work with medical experts and others to show where your physician made mistakes that led to the failed diagnosis or misdiagnosis.
In medical malpractice cases, much is at stake for the doctor and his or her insurance company. As a result, your opposition is likely to contest every part of the case, even when their liability appears to be clear. We will build a strong case designed to succeed in trial.
Contact the Failure to Diagnose Malpractice Attorneys of Brady & Jensen
Your path to justice can start with a phone call. Call Brady & Jensen toll free at 866-930-2063 or e-mail us today to schedule your free initial consultation. If we accept your case, we will not charge attorneys' fees unless we recover compensation for your loved one's injuries.