Misdiagnosis of Cancer
Southern California Cancer Misdiagnosis Medical Malpractice Attorneys
“When my husband was diagnosed with late stage cancer, we felt that his doctors had not been properly monitoring his health status. My husband, who was also a prominent attorney, personally approached Tom to represent our family in a malpractice suit. Tom litigated two successful cases for us; a malpractice case before my husband’s death, and a wrongful death case after he died.
During this entire process, we were always impressed by the way we were treated by the entire firm. Everyone we dealt with was responsive, sensitive, and caring, and we felt they became our friends and allies through a very difficult experience. I truly believe that Donahue and Horrow succeeded in securing the best possible outcome for our family. I would highly recommend their services to anyone.”
— E.G., Santa Monica, CA
When a Doctor Misses a Diagnosis of Cancer, the Outcome Can be Catostrophic
If you are battling cancer — Stage 4 breast cancer, lung cancer, skin cancer, rectal cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer or any other kind — because a doctor, a lab technician or a medical records department failed to exercise the expected duty of care, you may have a claim for medical malpractice.
Failure to diagnose a significant illness such as cancer is more than a regrettable error when someone’s life is endangered or cut short as a result. If you or your family member suffered due to a misdiagnosis, failure to diagnose or delayed diagnosis of cancer, contact the Los Angeles area law offices of Donahue & Horrow, L.L.P., to schedule a free initial consultation and case evaluation.
Laboratory Errors and Other Mistakes That Can Lead to Misdiagnosis
There are many ways in which faulty laboratory tests, inaccurate interpretation of those tests or surgical errors can lead to harm or loss of life. There is often a complex chain of responsibility in cases of misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis of cancer. It may be necessary to obtain the services of independent medical experts who can analyze your case and offer testimony as to the cause and ultimate effect of a laboratory error. The law firm of Donahue & Horrow, L.L.P., works with a network of medical experts who can provide invaluable assistance in these cases.
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Compensation Through Legal Action
Scenarios such as these result in great losses, financial and otherwise, to medical patients and their families. A medical malpractice claim is a proven-effective way to obtain compensation for the injured person or persons for whom failure to diagnose cancer or another life-threatening illness has resulted in the wrongful death of a close family member.
Contact Donahue & Horrow
To discuss any cancer misdiagnosis case in a no cost, no obligation consultation with an experienced medical malpractice lawyer serving clients throughout California,
contact our El Segundo law offices today. All medical malpractice cases are billed on a contingency fee basis — there will be no cost to you unless or until we recover compensation in the form of an insurance settlement or trial award.
Experienced California Medical Malpractice Lawyers
All cases are taken on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing and we receive nothing unless you win your case by way of settlement or verdict.