Cancer Misdiagnosis Lawyer
Understanding Your Legal Rights
Being diagnosed with cancer can be a distressing experience, but that vital
information allows you to decide what kind of treatment to seek and what
other steps you wish to take. Early detection may increase the odds that
you will be able to beat it into remission. But when necessary tests aren't
performed or results are misinterpreted, the chances of recovery become
slimmer. If a patient is misdiagnosed, vital treatments can be delayed
or improper treatments can be administered, hindering remission and recovery.
If you have been a victim of cancer misdiagnosis, you need to take immediate
legal action to protect your rights. Since 1978, our firm has been representing
individuals who have been hurt by
medical practice, with countless successful results. We are ready and willing to do the
same for you.
How our Philadelphia Medical Malpractice Lawyers can Help
Filing a medical malpractice claim against your primary care doctor can
help you obtain the fair compensation you need to cover the cost of cancer
treatment and other related expenses. In addition, filing a clam may also
allow you to help others by doing your part to prevent these negligent
occurrences from happening again. Our team of Philadelphia medical malpractice
attorneys has the medical insight required to stand up to hospitals and
their insurance companies on your behalf. We strive to provide you with
the care and personalized attention you need to take control of your life
and health after a misdiagnosis.
Should you choose our firm to handle your case, you may also benefit from
- Zealous advocacy from attorneys who are AV® Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®
free case evaluation
- More than 80 years of experience
For the compassionate and results-driven legal representation you need, please
as soon as possible. We can explain the claims-filing process to you so that you never feel
overwhelmed or confused by your options. Stand up to medical malpractice-
Shrager, Spivey & Sachs will be right behind you.