Obtaining the Highest Compensation Possible for Your Family
Failure to diagnose a serious disease or condition soon enough can result in serious health effects and even death. At Nagel Rice, LLP, our lawyers are committed to pursuing cases in which a doctor or other medical professional contributed to a delayed diagnosis that resulted in unnecessary pain and suffering, or wrongful death. Our firm has recovered millions of dollars for individuals who have been victims of delayed diagnosis.
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Contact Nagel Rice, a top medical malpractice firm in New Jersey, at 973-618-0400 to speak with a lawyer who can help you pursue justice through a medical malpractice claim.
Failure to Diagnose Cancer and Other Conditions
Serious diseases like cancer can rapidly progress if they are not treated in a timely manner. If a doctor failed to diagnose your condition when symptoms first appeared, you may have a legitimate medical malpractice claim.
When you find out that your family member is sick, it can be difficult to cope with. However, when you discover that the illness could have been caught and treated much sooner, it becomes even more frustrating and hard to understand.
At a time like this, you may be hesitant to trust another professional with your affairs. However, when you hire Nagel Rice, you can feel confident that you are in good hands. We are deeply committed to obtaining the highest compensation possible for your family. We try cases, and we produce results. Our firm has recovered millions of dollars for individuals who have suffered due to a doctor's failure to diagnose cancer and other conditions.
To speak with an experienced New Jersey delayed diagnosis attorney, call 973-618-0400 or send us an e-mail. We serve clients throughout New Jersey, including Essex, Morris, Bergen, Hudson, Union and Middlesex Counties; we have offices in Roseland and New York City.