• Where do you turn when cancer diagnosis is missed?

    Posted on November 12th, 2009 admin No comments

    Linton & Hirshman, Attorneys at Law, in Cleveland Ohio are dedicated to representing patients whose cancer has been misdiagnosed by a medical professional. Robert F. Linton Jr., Ellen Hobbs Hirshman and Tobias J. Hirshman together have over 90 years of experience in cancer misdiagnosis cases. We understand the complexity of cancer misdiagnosis cases and will protect your rights when seeking compensation. As your top cancer misdiagnosis attorneys in Cleveland, we have the resources to thoroughly investigate your case and evaluate the evidence that contributed to your cancer misdiagnosis.

    Two main scenarios apply to misdiagnosis cases, which are; the cancer being missed completely and an illness being diagnosed as cancer when it isn’t cancer. Have you or a loved one been treated for cancer and not had cancer? Undergone surgery or radiation and chemotherapy treatments unnecessarily? Was crucial treatment delayed due to a medical professional missing the diagnosis? Have you lost a loved one to cancer that was never diagnosed despite visits to a doctor?

    In spite of having world-renowned hospitals in the Cleveland area, cancer misdiagnosis still occurs. A second opinion is always suggested when receiving such serious diagnosis and treatment recommendations. Medical professionals make mistakes that could forever change the course and quality of your life.

    If you or a family member has suffered as a result of a careless medical diagnosis, seeking a cancer misdiagnosis attorney in Ohio such as Linton & Hirshman will help put your mind at ease so you can focus on your health and time with family.

    Linton & Hirshman, cancer misdiagnosis attorneys in Ohio, are here to help you through these hard times. We are located in Cleveland’s warehouse district close to the state and federal courthouses. Contact us today for a free consultation. Hospital or home appointments are available.

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