Failure to Diagnose Breast Cancer Dedicated & Compassionate Representation

Failure to Diagnose Breast Cancer

Medical Malpractice Attorneys Serving Northwest Indiana

Breast cancer remains the most frequently diagnosed cancer in women and the second most common cause of cancer death. According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 1 in 8 women in the United States will develop breast cancer at some point in her life. One of the most effective ways to combat breast cancer is early detection. When a doctor fails to diagnose or misdiagnoses breast cancer, it can progress to a higher stage, resulting in a higher mortality rate.

The Northwest Indiana medical malpractice attorneys of Theodoros & Rooth, P.C. are fully committed to protecting you when a doctor's failure to diagnose breast cancer causes you significant harm and increases the risks to your health.

We assist patients in all types of cases where a doctor's standard of care has fallen below acceptable standards, including cases of:

  • Failure to diagnose a breast lump or other symptoms
  • Incorrect interpretation of a mammogram
  • Inadequate follow-up
  • Failure to provide adequate treatment
  • Unnecessary surgery causing cancer to spread
  • Insufficient access to patient's medical history
  • Lack of communication

Did Your Doctor Fail to Diagnose Breast Cancer? We Can Help.

If a doctor fails to diagnose your breast cancer to the detriment of your health, you do not have to fight alone. A Northwest Indiana medical malpractice lawyer at our firm can help you pursue legal remedies to cover many of your resulting costs, including lost income and medical bills. In many cases, we first attempt to reach a settlement with the doctor or hospital in order to help you quickly move on and concentrate on your health. If a settlement cannot be reached, mediation, arbitration, or filing a lawsuit are common alternatives.

In order to file a lawsuit against a negligent doctor or hospital, patients must first present evidence to the Indiana medical board for approval. Medical malpractice lawsuits involving failure to diagnose breast cancer also require the testimony of an expert, such as an oncologist, surgeon, or radiologist, on the standard of care and negligence of your doctor. These cases are quite complex, and should not be pursued without the help of experienced attorneys like the medical malpractice lawyers of Theodoros & Rooth, P.C., who understand the complicated web of laws that make up medical malpractice litigation.

For experienced help and passionate representation, call (219) 212-2462 today for an initial consultation.

A Reputation for Caring

A Tradition of Results

From the beginning of Theodoros & Rooth, P.C.'s existence, our dedicated attorneys have cultivated a reputation for client-centered advocacy in matters involving serious injuries. Drivers who have been harmed in truck, car, or motorcycle accidents; patients harmed due to the negligence of a doctor, surgeon, nurse, or hospital’s carelessness; consumers hurt due to faulty products; and others who have been injured due to no fault of their own, have found a trusted team at our firm. We are devoted holding negligent parties accountable and standing up for patient safety, in order to promote a safer environment within the community as a whole. Our attorneys will take a team approach to help satisfy our clients’ unique needs in seeking the full and fair compensation they deserve.

This commitment has afforded us numerous accolades and award and we are truly proud of our long history of helping those who need it most. Learn more about how we may be able to help you by contacting our firm today.

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