Indianapolis Failure to Diagnose Cancer Lawyer
Medical Malpractice Attorneys Serving of Misdiagnosed, or Un-Diagnosed Cancer Victims in Central Indiana
It used to be that if you were diagnosed with cancer, the cancer would, in all likelihood, lead to death. Although cancer is still a major cause of death throughout America and the world, treatments for the disease have become much more advanced. If your cancer is diagnosed in its early stages, you may well have a favorable prognosis. It is absolutely vital, however, that your cancer is diagnosed early on. When doctors miss signs of cancer, you will lose the time you need to battle your disease. At worst, this lost time can lead to death. At best, this lost time can require the use of far more invasive treatments. For example, if a doctor failed to diagnose breast cancer in a timely fashion, it could lead to a mastectomy. This radical surgery may have been unnecessary if the cancer was diagnosed properly when evaluated.
If you or someone you love has been harmed by a doctor’s failure to diagnose cancer, you may have a medical malpractice claim. Jacobs Law, LLC has tangible, significant experience helping people who have been injured by another’s negligent conduct of improperly or delayed diagnosis of cancer.
The medical malpractice attorneys at Jacobs Law, LLC will go to work immediately to investigate your claim of medical malpractice. We will consult with independent medical experts to prove whether or not doctor breached his or her duty of care to you.
Doctors, hospitals and their insurance companies will contest your claim at every turn. This is why you should not wait to contact us. Our misdiagnosis claims lawyers will give you the information you need to make an informed decision about your case.
Contact Jacobs Law
If you have reason to believe that you or a loved one was injured by a failure to diagnose cancer or a cancer misdiagnosis, we want to hear from you. Contact our law firm online or call toll free at 877-418-5589 to schedule your free initial consultation.
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