Failure To Diagnose Cancer Is Negligence
During routine physicals, checkups and other procedures, it is a doctor’s job to check for signs of cancer. Any doctor with current licensure to practice in the field of medicine should be well-versed in the various signs of potential cancer. When a doctor fails to uncover these signs, the repercussions can be catastrophic. If your doctor failed to diagnose symptoms of cancer for you or someone you love, your first step is to contact an experienced team of dedicated attorneys to protect your interests and build a winning case for you.
At The Townsley Law Firm, our attorneys have the experience, the knowledge and the resources to win your case. With attorney Todd Townsley’s more than 20 years of medical malpractice litigation experience and attorney Damon Beard’s educational background in microbiology and premed, as well as his experience in the medical community, our firm is uniquely positioned to handle the complicated nature of medical malpractice litigation. We use sound litigation strategies, meticulous preparation and an aggressive approach. Our lawyers will do everything possible to help you obtain the full measure of compensation for your losses.
From our Lake Charles office, we help clients who have suffered damages as a result of failure to diagnose cancer of all kinds:
- Breast cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Brain cancer
- Lung cancer
- Skin cancer
- Cervical and ovarian cancer
Failure To Diagnose And Delayed Diagnosis Lawsuits
The most important component of stopping cancer is early detection. In many cases, a late or delayed cancer diagnosis is just as harmful as no diagnosis at all, because if the cancer is given time to expand and spread, it becomes impossible to remove it completely, causing untold damage or death for the medical malpractice victim.
Our lawyers understand the pain and suffering that results from this type of medical malpractice, and we will fight aggressively to protect your rights in the courtroom and to get you the best results possible in your case.
Do You Have A Failure To Diagnose Cancer Case?
Our attorneys can look at the details of your case to determine whether you have a viable medical malpractice claim.