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What to Do if you Suspect Failure to Diagnose Colon Cancer

On Behalf of | Jul 14, 2014 | Firm News, Medical Malpractice |

Tremont Sheldon P.C. has experience working in medical malpractice cases, including those that involve failure to diagnose colon cancer and a wide range of other cancers. Attorney Jason Tremont was involved in one case that two previous attorneys turned down, thinking that there wasn’t a case. After a long jury trial, there was a significant offer for the client.

Attorney Tremont and the other failed cancer diagnosis attorneys review medical records to assess whether a delayed cancer diagnosis or misdiagnosis could have been avoided if your doctors had taken reasonable care to identify the condition. Often, failure to diagnose and treat cancer in time to make a difference is a claim against a radiologist, primary care doctor or internal medicine physician.

If you suspect that you or a loved one had cancer that was either misdiagnosed or not diagnosed in time, talk with a medical malpractice attorney who can help you understand your rights and pursue your claims for wrongful death or personal injury damages related to negligence on the part of a physician or a hospital.

“These cases have a special significance to me. My father, and the founding partner of the firm, T. Paul Tremont, died of a brain tumor in 1999, and this is one way we honor his memory. Your coming forward also has the potential to help not only your family, but to prevent that similar misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose cases happen to others.” said Jason Tremont.



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