Breast cancer is increasingly a treatable disease, as long as it is diagnosed at an early stage. Unfortunately, if the cancer is not diagnosed until it reaches a late stage, the prognosis changes.
If a doctor failed to diagnose your breast cancer at an early stage despite observable symptoms, you may have a legal course of action in the form of a medical malpractice lawsuit. Cavanagh Law Group handles failure-to-diagnose breast cancer cases in Chicago and throughout Illinois. By aggressively pursuing such cases, we hold doctors and other medical professionals to the high standards that our society expects. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.
"Our firm is quick to act when clients call. We will start the legal effort immediately, and take all necessary steps to preserve vital evidence." — Tim Cavanagh
Illinois Breast Cancer Misdiagnosis Attorneys
Most breast cancer cases are diagnosed after a lump has been discovered during self-examination or an abnormality has been seen on a mammogram. However, if your doctor failed to order proper follow-up tests, you may not receive treatment when the cancer is at an early and treatable stage. Once the cancer metastasizes, it can quickly spread to other parts of your body through the lymph system.
Cavanagh Law Group has earned a reputation as one of Illinois' leading medical malpractice firms. Our firm works with leading cancer experts from across the nation. These specialists are often professors of medicine and other practitioners with unparalleled scientific reputations, and they can identify the nature of the negligence. If necessary, they can provide compelling and persuasive testimony at trial.
Our lawyers understand the emotional pain and distress that a breast cancer diagnosis can bring. We will provide attentive and compassionate counsel during this difficult time. You will have confidence, knowing that an experienced and determined legal team is working hard to get results for you.
For a free case evaluation about a medical negligence case, contact Cavanagh Law Group today at 312-425-1900, or by e-mail.
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