New Hampshire Prostate Cancer Misdiagnosis Attorneys
As an estimated 27,000 men lose their lives to prostate cancer every year, it is critical that this disease is quickly diagnosed. With that being said, New Hampshire doctors know what symptoms are indicative of prostate cancer and just how imperative early diagnosis can be. When not detected early enough, prostate cancer may metastasize, at which point the average prognosis for survival is only between one and three years. The New Hampshire prostate cancer misdiagnosis lawyers at Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, understand just how critical the early and accurate diagnosis of prostate cancer can be to its treatment.
If your prostate cancer was misdiagnosed by your New Hampshire doctor, we will aggressively pursue financial compensation for his or her negligence. Our New Hampshire legal team is dedicated to holding medical professionals accountable for their actions, or lack thereof, and we want to help you if you are now suffering because of a delayed diagnosis or misdiagnosis.
Symptoms of Prostate Cancer
Affecting the prostate gland, prostate cancer may present a wide-ranging set of painful and alarming symptoms, including the following:
- Frequent urination
- Pain during urination
- Blood in one’s urine
- Difficulty starting / stopping urination
- Urine leaking while laughing or coughing
- Inability to urinate while standing
- Weak urine flow
While these symptoms are often indicative of prostate cancer, some New Hampshire doctors may interpret them as symptomatic of another ailment and then pursue a treatment plan according to their incorrect misdiagnosis. If you have been the victim of such a misdiagnosis, our attorneys understand how distressing this situation may be for you and your family, and we want to help you fight for justice.
Consult With a New Hampshire Prostate Cancer Misdiagnosis Attorney
At Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, our New Hampshire prostate cancer misdiagnosis attorneys can help you hold those responsible for your misdiagnosis financially responsible for any resulting pain and suffering you have been forced to endure. To discuss the particulars of your circumstances with one of our New Hampshire lawyers, please call our New Hampshire offices at (617) 426-4488 today.