Bone Cancer and Sarcoma Misdiagnosis/Malpractice Attorneys
Bone cancer can be difficult to diagnose, and even if a physician decides to test for the possibility of it a radiology or lab error can leave a patient untreated. This form of cancer is particularly serious causing patients severe pain, disability and if left untreated for too long a serious risk of death.
If you or your family has suffered because a doctor's or technician's error got in the way of timely and proper bone cancer treatment, contact our Pennsylvania medical malpractice attorneys at the Dallas W. Hartman, P.C., law offices. For more than 25 years we have built a reputation and proven record of success for our seriously injured clients.
Let us put our experience and our ability to work for you.
Dependable Representation for Complex Cases
Proving true negligence on the part of a health care professional is a complex effort that demands careful preparation from thorough and effective lawyers who understand how to build a bone cancer misdiagnosis and medical malpractice case.
Our lawyers fully review your case to uncover doctor mistakes or radiology errors that may have prevented you or a loved one from getting treatment. While no one can know for sure what the future would have held had bone cancer been caught the first time, but it is clear that the best way to fight sarcoma is by catching it early.
We are experienced demonstrating in a courtroom setting how a missed bone cancer diagnosis or misdiagnosis can lead to:
- The pain of more aggressive treatment
- Surgery that could have otherwise been avoided
- Permanent disability
- Lost work and diminished capacity
- Wrongful death
If a physician failed to do a proper patient history, uncovering a predisposition to bone cancer, and as a result never ordered the test that could have saved you and your family unnecessary pain and suffering, we can help. If a radiology lab failed to recognize tumors and signs of sarcoma on an x-ray, we can help.
Consult With Experienced Lawyers Who Understand Your Case
Schedule your free initial consultation at one of our convenient Pennsylvania offices in the North Pittsburgh area. Call us toll-free at 1-866-586-1910 or contact us online to set up an appointment or to request more information about bone cancer misdiagnosis.
Our contingency fee arrangements mean you only owe our fees when we collect a verdict or settlement for you.