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Cancer Misdiagnosis Attorneys in Philadelphia

Serious Representation in Serious Cases Throughout Pennsylvania & New Jersey

A cancer misdiagnosis can lead to a variety of serious complications. When it comes to cancer, early detection can often lead to higher survival rates and a better chance of remission. Because of this, correct diagnosis is critically important, and failing to do so can have life-altering or fatal consequences. Due to the profound impact of this type of medical malpractice, our Philadelphia cancer misdiagnosis attorneys at Ginsburg & Associates Trial Lawyers are committed to holding those at fault accountable.

Incompetent medical practices that can lead to a cancer misdiagnosis include:

  • Ignoring the patient's complaints or dismissing them as inaccurate
  • Refusing to refer the patient to an oncologist for further testing and evaluation
  • Misreading scans and X-rays, including MRI and CT scans
  • Intentionally, or unintentionally, failing to order further testing, such as bloodwork, a biopsy, or colonoscopy
  • Diagnosing the condition as something else
  • Failing to conduct follow-up treatments

If a doctor has failed to properly diagnose you or a loved one with cancer, give our attorneys a call at (215) 564-4400. We proudly serve clients throughout Philadelphia and New Jersey.

Statistics on Cancer Misdiagnoses

In 2019, a study published in Diagnosis revealed that cancer was one of the top misdiagnosed health conditions, along with vascular diseases and infections. According to the findings, middle-aged and older adults are more likely to have a cancer misdiagnosis than people between 0 and 20 years of age.

Sadly, a cancer misdiagnosis can have profound effects on a person’s life, leading to further health complications or even death. The research findings in the 2019 study revealed that 16% of cancer misdiagnoses led to the patient suffering low- to moderate-severity harm, and 38% resulted in high-severity harm.

One of the main reasons for misdiagnosis of cancer, vascular diseases, and infections is errors made by medical professionals. According to the study, nearly 86% of medical malpractice claims triggered by a misdiagnosis were because of “failures in clinical judgment.”

To learn how our cancer misdiagnosis attorneys in Philadelphia can help you, please give us a call today at (215) 564-4400 or fill out an online contact form, and we’ll get back to you promptly.

Case Results

See What We Have Recovered for People in Your Shoes
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Protecting Your Future

Unfortunately, financial struggles often go hand-in-hand with the physical and emotional trauma that come with health conditions like cancer. Not only are you going through treatment, but you are also facing medical expenses, lost wages if you are unable to work, and childcare if you are unable to supervise your children. Damages awarded can help with the additional medical bills that arise as a direct result of the misdiagnosis and alleviate the financial strain placed on you and your family. No amount of money can change the past, but our Philadelphia attorneys at Ginsburg & Associates Trial Lawyers want to help you prepare for the future.

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