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Cancer

When cancer is diagnosed in a timely manner, the outlook is very optimistic. Chemotherapy, radiation and surgery can provide a cancer patient with many options and hope for the future. When a doctor overlooks a cancer diagnosis or a patient is given a delayed diagnosis, the illness may be more difficult to treat. The likelihood of beating the cancer significantly decreases. The attorneys at Weaver & Young P.C. understand the anger and confusion a person experiences during this time.

If you or someone you care about is in advanced stages of cancer because of an oncologist's failure to diagnose, contact a lawyer from our firm. We offer a free initial consultation and no fees unless we win.

When cancer is diagnosed in its early stages, there are many options available for recovery. The longer the illness manifests in the body, the more complicated it is to treat. Weaver & Young P.C. has helped individuals and families who are now facing the challenges of a doctor's failure to diagnose cancer.

  • Breast cancer
  • Skin cancer
  • Colon cancer
  • Lung cancer
  • Prostate cancer
  • Pancreatic cancer

What kinds of mistakes are made?
Whether the patient has a specific complaint, a general concern about possible symptoms or is just at the doctor's office for an annual check-up, certain diagnostic testing measures need to be taken. Our firm is highly adept at uncovering the mistakes that are made in the doctor's office and at lab testing facilities.

  • Misread PAP smear
  • Misread mammogram
  • Misread CT scan
  • Misread MRI
  • Misread chest x-ray
  • Not following up on a specific complaint or dismissing symptoms

If you or someone you care about would like to speak with someone about a doctor's failure to diagnose cancer, please contact an attorney from our firm. We have secured multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for injured and ill clients. Our success is rooted in the way we approach each client and their individual concerns.