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Medical Malpractice: Misdiagnosing Cancer

Kansas City Medical Malpractice Lawyer

Cancer is among the leading causes of death in our country, and people across the nation routinely submit to colonoscopies, mammograms, pap tests and other examinations in hopes of detecting the condition early. A cancer diagnosis can be a devastating event in anyone's life, but perhaps even worse is learning about the condition after it is too late. When a cancer is spotted early, the patient stands a far better chance of successful treatment, but every moment lost makes it that much more certain that the illness will be fatal.

If you have reason to believe that your doctor made errors in diagnosing your cancer, do not hesitate to contact a Kansas City medical malpractice lawyer from the Montee Law Firm, P.C. We have more than 100 years of combined experience, and our team has recovered over $250 million for our clients in the form of jury verdicts and insurance settlements. An attorney from our firm will work to gather evidence to prove that you are the victim of medical negligence, and will fight for your right to financial compensation for all that you have experienced.

Holding Doctors Accountable for Cancer Misdiagnoses

Your doctor's negligence in diagnosing your condition may have taken the form of a failure to recognize your symptoms or to spot a tumor during an examination, as well as a failure to order a biopsy or a misinterpretation of test results. If it can be proven that the cancer should reasonably have been diagnosed under the circumstances, you should be entitled to recover compensation in a medical malpractice claim or in a wrongful death lawsuit over the loss of a loved one.

Contact a Kansas City medical malpractice attorney from our firm if you want to hold your doctor accountable for misdiagnosing cancer.

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