Malpractice Can Cost You Time in Your Battle Against Cancer, We Will Fight Back
Decades ago, any cancer diagnosis was equivalent to a death sentence. Today, people who are diagnosed in the early stages of cancer frequently are cured and go on to live healthy, productive lives. To receive the full benefit of treatment, however, patients must receive the correct diagnosis. When physicians make the wrong diagnosis or fail to diagnose cancer in a timely manner, patients lose valuable time in their battle against the disease. The treatment for more advanced cancer is often more extensive and chances for survival are diminished. In many cases, a doctor’s failure to diagnose cancer is an act of medical malpractice.
If you or a loved one has lost valuable time in the fight against cancer due to a doctor’s misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis, it is crucial to enlist the services of an experienced malpractice attorney.
The New Jersey law firm of Britcher Leone, LLC, is committed to helping people who have suffered catastrophic injuries due to medical malpractice. We have found that through our efforts, we help not only our clients, but also the communities we serve.
Uniting the Disciplines of Medicine and Law to Combat Malpractice
One of our firm’s partners, Armand Leone Jr., is a physician and a lawyer. Consequently, he has substantial knowledge of the medical issues involved in any malpractice claim. When building your case, our law firm will work with recognized experts in the field to establish both the liability of the other party and your damages. Our law firm has helped numerous clients across New Jersey achieve favorable results in medical negligence cases.
Achieving a just result in a medical malpractice claim is never easy. Doctors, their insurers and their legal counsel will fight tenaciously to minimize their potential liability, even in situations where the doctor’s negligence appears to be obvious. If it is necessary to take your diagnosis case to trial, our law firm will present a compelling claim to show exactly how the doctor’s failure to diagnose cancer harmed you.