Was There A Delay In Diagnosing Your Colorectal Cancer?
Colorectal, or colon cancer, is one of the most common forms of cancer. It is also the second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths, behind lung cancer. Treatment for colon cancer can be effective when it is diagnosed early. There are numerous screens and tests that can find colon, rectal or anal cancer in its early stages. Doctors must order the appropriate tests and must interpret test results correctly. The failure to do so can lead to the advance of your cancer. This can lead to serious illness or even death.
If you have suffered due to the misdiagnosis or delay in diagnosis for colon cancer, you may have a medical malpractice case action against the people responsible. The law firm of Klein & Carney Co., LLC, is located in Cleveland and represents injured people throughout northeastern Ohio and beyond.
Fighting For Full Compensation After Medical Negligence
When colon cancer is not discovered early on, it can require aggressive surgeries to treat the cancer, including the removal of the colon. Even if the operation is ultimately successful, the removal of the colon will require the patient to wear a colostomy bag, which can create many additional problems in a person’s life. This often could have been avoided had the cancer been found in its early stages.
Our law firm will work to recover monetary damages for both your current medical bills and future medical treatments. We will also fight to recover damages associated from your lost income, as well as damages for your pain and suffering. When you work with our law firm, you will work closely with lawyers Larry Klein and Chris Carney. Together, our lawyers have more than 71 years of experience representing people who have been seriously injured by medical negligence.
We Are Ready To Review The Facts Of Your Case
If your colon cancer, or a loved one’s colon cancer, was not properly diagnosed, we can help. Call 216-502-3947, or use our online contact form to share the facts of your case. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to discuss your situation.