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When to Call an Atlanta Misdiagnosis of Cancer Lawyer

You are suffering physically and emotionally from a cancer misdiagnosis and you likely have a lot of questions that deserve answers. Could your doctor have done things differently? Are you entitled to a legal recovery for the misdiagnosis of cancer that could help you and your family? Should you contact an Atlanta medical malpractice lawyer? Believe it or not you can answer some of these questions by asking, and answering, another series of questions.
3 Questions to Ask Yourself When Your Cancer Has Been Misdiagnosed
In order to determine if you have a potential misdiagnosis of cancer case, it is important to consider:
  • Would your medical outcome have been different if the cancer had been properly diagnosed? If you required additional treatments or have a reduced life expectancy because of the cancer misdiagnosis, then you should contact an Atlanta medical malpractice attorney.
  • If you had sought treatment from another doctor would your cancer have been properly diagnosed? If another reasonable doctor would’ve caught your disease earlier, then you should contact an Atlanta medical malpractice attorney.
  • How much time elapsed between the cancer misdiagnosis and the proper diagnosis? If a significant amount of time elapsed that made your cancer harder to treat and your doctor should’ve been able to make a proper diagnosis earlier, then you should contact an Atlanta medical malpractice attorney.
How to Contact an Experienced Atlanta Cancer Malpractice Lawyer for Help
Misdiagnosis of cancer is sometimes a form of medical malpractice. To find out if you have been the victim of cancer malpractice in Atlanta, please contact our Atlanta medical malpractice law firm directly at 1.770.518.1133 or via our online contact form.
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