Failure to Diagnose Cervical & Uterine Cancer
Cervical cancer, when detected in the early stages, usually responds well to treatment. The Pap-smear test is in an extremely reliable way to detect cervical cancer. Why then do so many women suffer from cervical or uterine cancer which advances until the opportunity for effective treatment has gone by? When a doctor was in a position to detect cervical cancer early and failed to do so, you and your family may be entitled to recover damages.
Not every failure to diagnose cancer constitutes medical malpractice. In fact many women delay a pelvic exam and Pap smear by choice. However a misread Pap smear, an improperly performed pelvic examination that resulted in delayed treatment of cervical cancer, or a misdiagnosis may constitute negligence on the part of the gynecologist, the laboratory pathologist, or the laboratory.
Trial lawyers at Ury & Moskow have the resources and the experience to handle these difficult cases. If your family has suffered a loss due to a delayed diagnosis or failure to diagnose cervical or uterine cancer and you would like a case evaluation, please contact us and arrange a free consultation. Our attorneys serve clients in Norwalk, Stamford, Bridgeport, New Haven, Hartford, Danbury, Waterbury and all of Connecticut, and in New York and Washington, DC, from offices in Fairfield, Connecticut, and Washington, DC.
The law firm of Ury & Moskow provides the personal attention our clients need to recover and the legal sophistication they need to secure compensation after suffering losses due to medical negligence. We understand that it may be impossible to completely restore the damage and loss in these situations, but our attorneys will vigorously pursue a resolution that will compensate you to the full extent available under the law.
Our lawyers take medical malpractice cases on a contingency basis, meaning there are no fees until we recover compensation for your injuries and you owe no attorney fees at all if you do not successfully recover on your claim.