• Cancer misdiagnosis by medical professionals

    Posted on April 7th, 2009 admin No comments

    The earlier, the better. It’s the common rule for diagnosing cancer. Upon being diagnosed with cancer, treatment can begin immediately. However, a cancer misdiagnosis can delay vital treatment that directly correlates to your chances of survival. If you or a family member has visited a physician with a health concern and the medical professional fails to diagnose cancer in its early stages, the lawyers of Linton & Hirshman will aggressively declare your rights to recover against those who provided substandard medical care.

    If you or a loved one has visited a doctor with a health concern and encountered a delay in a timely cancer diagnosis, those crucial days or weeks could essentially reduce the chances of successful treatment and survival. This delay directly relates to a misdiagnosed cancer or condition. Many patients seek the care of their doctor when a mole or spot on their body seems suspicious for fear of skin cancer. If your doctor did not order a biopsy or other proper medical test for cancer, our lawyers Ellen Hobbs Hirshman, Tobias J. Hirshman and Robert F. Linton, Jr., can help. We will begin a full investigation into your misdiagnosed cancer case to determine the identity of every responsible party and safeguard all important evidence for your case.

    The medical experience and resources necessary to successfully pursue your claim are readily available at Linton & Hirshman Attorneys at Law. Contact Linton & Hirshman to schedule a free consultation to learn more about your rights.

    Linton & Hirshman, Cleveland lawyers, are devoted to declaring the rights of cancer misdiagnosis patients and families. Contact Ellen Hirshman today for a free consultation. Hospital or home appointments are available. Linton & Hirshman is conveniently located in the warehouse district near the state and federal courthouses.

    Cancer Resouces
    Skin Cancer Foundation

    Medline Plus on Skin Cancer

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