New Hampshire Lung Cancer Misdiagnosis Lawyers

Once lung cancer has been accurately and promptly diagnosed in an individual, he or she may immediately begin a number of critical treatment plans. However, when medical professionals in New Hampshire misdiagnose or are late to diagnose lung cancer, the options available to their patients may be substantially reduced. The New Hampshire lung cancer misdiagnosis lawyers at Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, are committed to holding New Hampshire medical professionals financially responsible for their misdiagnoses of ailments as serious as lung cancer.

If you or your loved one’s lung cancer was misdiagnosed by a New Hampshire medical professional, our legal team understands just how angry and helpless you may feel. We do everything we possibly can to hold New Hampshire doctors financially responsible for their actions, and we may also be able to work on your behalf.

Symptoms of Lung Cancer

Typically, it is when New Hampshire doctors misinterpret the following symptoms commonly associated with lung cancer that their patient’s lung cancer goes undiagnosed or misdiagnosed:

  • Wheezing
  •  Pain in the chest
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Persistent, heavy cough
  • Discharge of bloody mucus when coughing
  • Hoarseness / lost voice
  • Inexplicable weight loss
  • Pain throughout the body

Lung cancer affects New Hampshire men and women alike; nearly 155,000 people’s lives are claimed by lung cancer every year. When you have failed to receive adequate treatment, it may be time to take legal action.

Consult With a New Hampshire Lung Cancer Misdiagnosis Lawyer

At Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, our New Hampshire lung cancer misdiagnosis lawyers may aggressively pursue financial restitution from any negligent medical professional in New Hampshire whose misdiagnosis of your or your loved one’s lung cancer has prevented you or your loved one from receiving proper treatment. To discuss your particular circumstances with one of our New Hampshire medical malpractice lawyers, please call our New Hampshire offices at (617) 426-4488 today.