I Have Cancer... Should it Have Been Caught Earlier?
This is a Question Many Cancer Patients Ask.
All Cancer Patients and Their Families Deserve the Answer.
If your doctor failed to diagnose your cancer in a timely manner – when other reasonable doctors would have made a proper diagnosis – and you suffered physical harm as a result of the delay in the diagnosis, then you may be entitled to damages. A delay in diagnosing cancer may be considered medical malpractice in Georgia.
Should Your Cancer Have Been Caught Earlier?
In order to understand whether you have a viable medical malpractice case, you need to understand when your cancer should’ve been diagnosed. This free book, written by the experienced Atlanta cancer lawyers of The Dover Law Firm, will explain:
- How to Know When Your Cancer Should Have Been Detected
- What to Do to Find Out When Your Cancer Should Have Been Detected
- What to Do If You’ve Suffered Harm From a Failure to Diagnose Cancer in a Timely Manner
Doctors and medical insurance companies don’t want you to know when your cancer should have been diagnosed. They don’t want you to pursue a Georgia medical malpractice claim or seek damages for your injuries.
We want to help you if you’ve been injured from a delay in diagnosing cancer.
Simply fill out the form below to order your free copy of I Have Cancer... Should It Have Been Caught Earlier? This book has been written by the experienced Atlanta malpractice attorneys of The Dover Law Firm. The Dover Law Firm maintains offices in Atlanta and Alpharetta, Georgia and is committed to helping people who have been injured by the delayed diagnosis of cancer.
This book has been written specifically for people who have suffered because of a delay in the diagnosis of cancer in Georgia. Please, fill out the information below for your FREE copy of our book.
We hope that it helps you protect your rights to compensation and recover from your medical malpractice injuries.
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