Filing Late Diagnosis of Cancer Claims

Critical to the successful treatment of most forms of cancer is a quick, accurate diagnosis. However, when cancer is not promptly diagnosed, treatment plans that may otherwise be capable of preventing the spread of that cancer may not be implemented in time, thereby dramatically impairing the patient’s chance of recovery. Sometimes, the late diagnosis of cancer may be directly attributed to some form of malpractice on the part of the patient’s physician. Under such circumstance, it may be possible to recover financial damages from the physician responsible for the late diagnosis.

Danger of Late Diagnosis of Cancer

While the delay in the diagnosis of any ailment may carry serious implications for a patient’s health, the late diagnosis of cancer can be particularly devastating since:

  • Cancer cells will be allowed to spread;
  • The available treatment options may decrease; and
  • Effective medical care may become impossible.

Our New Hampshire legal team understands just how potentially devastating a late diagnosis of any cancer can be. While nothing could ever make up for the damage done to your health, our medical malpractice attorneys have the resources to help you recover the financial damages you may have sustained as the result of your doctor’s negligence.

Consult with a New Hampshire Late Diagnosis Claims Attorney

At Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, our New Hampshire late diagnosis claims attorneys may do everything they possibly can to help you hold any negligent medical professional accountable for his or her late diagnosis of your or your loved one’s cancer. To discuss the particulars of your situation with one of our medical malpractice lawyers, please give us a call at (617) 426-4488 today.