Any medical condition must be properly diagnosed before it can be treated. With cancer, this is particularly important. A timely diagnosis may be a patient’s best – and only – chance at survival. At The Lancione Law Firm, we represent clients across Ohio who have suffered as a result of diagnostic errors. If you were affected by a misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis of cancer or any serious medical condition, we are here to help you. We can help you seek the justice you deserve.
For 30 years, Ohio medical malpractice lawyer John A. Lancione has fought for patients and families who have suffered as the result of failures to properly diagnose cancer. We take on cases involving:
- Breast cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Skin cancer
- Lung cancer
- Colon cancer
- Cervical cancer
- Colorectal cancer
- Any other cancer or medical condition
Do not wait to discuss your legal rights with an attorney. Call (440) 220-4439 today to find out how The Lancione Law Firm can put an 80-year history of legal service to work for you.
What Are Some Potential Causes of Cancer Misdiagnoses?
There are various ways that cancer may be misdiagnosed or missed entirely. These may include:
- Failure to recommend and perform standard cancer screening tests based off age, cancer history, or symptoms
- Lab errors resulting in false negative or positives
- Misread test results, such as mammograms, blood work, or CT scans
- Failure to recommend a patient to a cancer specialist or further diagnosis/treatment
With a misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis, cancer that was once treatable may now prove deadly. More aggressive measures may be required to prolong a patient’s life. There is no way to turn back the clock and give a patient a second chance, but there is a way to ensure that the patient and family receive fair compensation for past, current, and future treatment, as well as lost earnings and even emotional trauma.
Together, we can expose cancer misdiagnoses to hold at-fault parties accountable and improve conditions for future patients. Call Ohio cancer misdiagnosis attorney John Lancione at (440) 220-4439 today.