Get Compensated For A Misdiagnosis Of Cancer
Early detection and proper diagnosis of every type of cancer is critical. Most forms of cancer are detectable and should be diagnosed well before they reach an advanced stage, but doctors, oncologists, radiologists, dermatologists, gynecologists and other medical professionals who are responsible for diagnosing cancerous cells in patients do make errors.
At Leeseberg & Valentine, we can recognize when the misdiagnosis of cancer and medical malpractice occurred. Just because your cancer has advanced to a later stage quickly or was not detected until a later stage, it does not mean that malpractice occurred. However, it is a good sign, and you should consult one of our attorneys immediately if you suspect medical malpractice or negligence in connection with your cancer.
Revered In The Legal Community And Respected By Top Cancer Specialists
Our Columbus-based team consults with some of the top cancer specialists in the world, and our two founding partners, Gerry Leeseberg and Anne Valentine, are certified civil trial advocates by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
We have the sophisticated skill set and robust resources necessary to hold virtually any oncologist accountable for malpractice. If there was a departure from the standard of care, we will dig deep to find the evidence necessary to show that misdiagnosis caused you significant damages and injuries.
Please contact us if you or a loved one has experienced:
- Breast cancer misdiagnosis
- Cervical cancer misdiagnosis
- Colon cancer misdiagnosis
- Prostate cancer misdiagnosis
- Lung cancer misdiagnosis
- Thyroid cancer misdiagnosis
- Skin cancer misdiagnosis
- Throat cancer misdiagnosis
- Any other type of cancer misdiagnosis
Our firm is renowned for securing record high verdicts and settlements in Ohio. We cover all legal expenses for all our clients until we recover compensation on their behalf, and we will vigorously pursue full and fair compensation in your case, including all costs of past, present and future care.
To learn more, visit our Cancer Misdiagnosis/Delayed Diagnosis FAQ page.