Our Michigan medical malpractice lawyers represent cancer patients and their families in lawsuits involving the misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose cancer cases. This includes cases involving esophageal cancer. Victims of this medical malpractice do have legal rights under Michigan law.
Esophageal Cancer Lawsuits & Settlements
Esophageal cancer develops in the esophagus, which is the tube that connects the throat with the stomach. It is often slow to grow and symptoms may not present themselves until relatively late stages, but the cancer can be found through screening and stool sample tests. Well over 100,000 new instances of esophageal cancer are diagnosed each year.
Despite the familiarity doctors have with esophageal cancer, misdiagnosis or mistreatment of esophageal cancer is a growing cause of medical malpractice claims.
Esophageal Cancer Treatment
Esophageal cancer responds well to early detection and treatment. Esophageal cancer is now considered a preventable disease because early detection allows doctors to minimize its effects. Unfortunately, too often doctors and other medical professionals fail to order tests, misdiagnose, and fail to treat esophageal cancer. Such errors can give rise to successful medical malpractice claims.
If you would like more information about your rights in a medical malpractice case, you can order our FREE book "The Ultimate Michigan Medical Malpractice Handbook" by clicking on the book title. We will send it out immediately along with other important information.
Contact Our Michigan Esophageal Cancer Lawyers
If you or a loved one failed to be diagnosed properly, or were misdiagnosed with esophageal cancer, you may be able to file a lawsuit and recover compensation. Call our office anytime at (800) 606-1717 and an attorney will be available to speak with you about your situation. If we accept your case, it will cost you nothing to get started.
We represent all client under our No Fee Promise, which means you will not be responsible for payment unless we are able to win you a settlement. If your case is not successful for any reason, you will owe us nothing. Remember, there are strict time deadlines for filing medical malpractice cases in Michigan, so it is important you contact us as soon as possible!