Cancer: Delayed Diagnosis, Improper Treatment
A cancer diagnosis was once a death sentence. That is no longer the case for many forms of the disease. Advancements in detection and treatment have improved the prognosis and extended life expectancy of millions of cancer patients.
Prompt and proper diagnosis of the disease is the key to a successful outcome. Unfortunately, failures to diagnose cancer, misdiagnosis and delays in diagnosis are among the most common forms of medical malpractice that we see at Koskoff Koskoff & Bieder PC.
Medical Malpractice Limits a Patient’s Options for Treatment
Delayed cancer diagnosis means patients have fewer treatment options available to them. By the time the cancer is found, it may be too late for potentially life-saving surgeries, chemotherapy or radiation.
Our medical malpractice lawyers pursue financial compensation for clients in cases involving all types of cancer, including:
Our law firm has won millions of dollars in financial compensation for cancer patients and the family members of those who died because of a misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis.
We have the skills and experience to handle your medical malpractice claim and target results that meet your needs. In fact, four of the largest medical malpractice jury verdicts in Connecticut were won by the attorneys at Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder.
From offices in Bridgeport, Danbury and New Haven, Connecticut, our medical malpractice lawyers represent people harmed by failure to diagnose cancer and negligent treatment of cancer patients throughout the state.
Please contact us to arrange a free initial consultation about your medical malpractice case.