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How do I file a lawsuit for the misdiagnosis of breast cancer?

When a breast cancer patient is misdiagnosed they do have legal rights and may be able to pursue a medical malpractice lawsuit against the doctor who failed to diagnose the disease. If you have suffered an unfavorable outcome or have lost a loved one due to the misdiagnosis of breast cancer and want to file a lawsuit you need to contact an experienced medical malpractice attorney who has significant experience in these types of cases.  These types of claims can be very difficult and patients and their families will need the assistance of an attorney to assist them in filing a claim.

To win this type of lawsuit, it must be established by medical opinions that an earlier diagnosis could and should have been made by the doctor.It must also be proven that if an earlier diagnosis had been made and treatment had begun, the patient would have had a more favorable outcome.Many times, an early lumpectomy or other treatment could have prevented the spread of the cancer and provided an excellent outlook and prognosis for the patient.

If you or your loved one’s breast cancer was misdiagnosed, call our Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. law firm today at (800) 606-1717.  Our attorneys have significant experience in these types of cases and have the knowledge and expertise to represent patients and their families against doctors and medical facilities.  We will obtain all of your medical records, radiology studies, and pathology slides and have them evaluated by highly credentialed cancer specialists to see if the condition was misdiagnosed or should have been diagnosed earlier.  For more information and to learn your legal rights call now for your free, no obligation consultation.

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