Have you, a parent, spouse or child been diagnosed with brain cancer? Is the origin of it inexplicable? Was your breast, lung or colorectal cancer not properly diagnosed initially? Did the cancer spread or advance to another stage? Please contact our brain cancer injury lawyers as you may be entitled to benefits, medical care and financial compensation for your injuries, lost wages, damages as well as pain and suffering compensation. Misdiagnosis claims account for a majority of med mal lawsuits with various cancers being the most common type of delayed or inaccurate diagnosis. Breast cancer and lung cancer are the 2 most frequently misdiagnosed cancers of those more than 100 types of cancer. An inaccurate diagnosis, delayed diagnosis, misdiagnosis or failure to treat brain cancer are a close 3rd in terms of common cancer misdiagnosis lawsuits across the country.
Our Pennsylvania brain cancer misdiagnosis attorneys offer free case reviews to those who have been the victim of medical malpractice or medical negligence. Proudly serving all of Pennsylvania including Allentown, Altoona, Bethel Park, Doylestown, Erie, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Norristown, Scranton, Upper Darby & Wilkes-Barre.
Brain Cancer Lawsuits We Handle
With offices throughout the country we can help regardless of where your injury took place. Please contact our failure to treat brain cancer attorneys if you need any of the following:
Brain cancer misdiagnosis attorneys
Malpractice attorneys handling cancer misdiagnosis claims
UPMC cancer misdiagnosis lawyers
Injury attorneys handling failure to treat brain cancer cases
Oncologist malpractice lawyers
They offer free case exams and charge no fees if they are unable to recover compensation and medical care on your behalf.
What Is Brain Cancer?
All cancers are named 1 of 2 ways: where they originate or the type of cells that formed the cancer, tumor or growth. Cancer of the brain is named for where it began forming i.e. the colon. It can be purely genetic and form in young people that other cancers may not.
A brain tumor is a cluster of cells in your brain that are not part of your normal healthy brain makeup. These tumors are broken up into two groups:
- Primary brain tumors start in the brain and tend to stay there.
- Secondary brain tumors are the more common of the 2 types of brain tumors. They start somewhere else in your body and travel to the brain. Lung, breast, kidney, colon, and skin cancers are among the most common cancers that spread to your brain.
Brain tumors are also graded 1 to 4 with 4 being cancerous cells that have the ability to spread quickly. These are obviously the most serious of the 4 grades/stages hence having your brain tumor diagnosed properly early on.
How Do Brain Injury Claims Conclude?
All accident, injury and cancer misdiagnosis claims end 1 of 2 ways in Pennsylvania. Either your attorney settles the case on your behalf with the liable parties insurance company or the case goes to trial. For instance if your cancer of the brain was due to genetic factors, but was originally misdiagnosed, you may be able to file a lawsuit against the doctor, hospital or medical facility responsible for the diagnostic error. If a settlement cannot be negotiated the case will go to court. Most hospitals and healthcare providers do not want that so they settle our of court 97% of the time.
If your cerebral cancer was due to a carcinogen found in your workplace, home, office or due to a dangerous medication like Zantac or Belviq you may have a cancer lawsuit against the manufacturer. These are mass tort lawsuits and handled differently than a cancer misdiagnosis claim. Our Erie, Pennsylvania brain injury lawyers handle both of these cases types.
Contact Our Pennsylvania Cancer Misdiagnosis Attorneys
Please click here to arrange your free case evaluation with our Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania medical negligence attorneys handling brain cancer lawsuits caused by medication such as Zantac as well as brain cancer misdiagnosis claims across all of PA.
They also handle cancer injury cases in surrounding states: New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Maryland, Washington DC, West Virginia & Ohio.