Brain Cancer Misdiagnosis And Failure To Treat
Brain cancer and other serious brain injuries can be difficult to diagnose, but physicians have a responsibility if not to properly understand the physical challenges their patients are facing, at the very least to recognize the warning signs and get people to the right specialists. Failure to recognize the symptoms of brain cancer early and to perform the right tests can lead to serious and terminal illness.
At the law office of Bredell & Bredell, we represent Michigan clients with professional, effective and proven strategies to help them recover compensation when a doctor’s negligence makes a bad situation much worse.
The Experience And Resources To Handle Complex Litigation
Our lawyers have established a proven record of success handling high-value and complex personal injury. We work to help you make sure that you and your family have the financial resources you need for an uncertain future and that the right people are held accountable for their negligence.
Rely on our firm for litigation representation in cases involving:
- Failure to diagnose
- Improper testing
- Surgical errors
Patients have a limited window during which brain cancers can be effectively treated, and if you miss that window, then the results can be devastating. When a doctor’s mistake leads to further injury, our attorneys can help you protect your rights.
Talk To A Lawyer You Can Trust
As a member in good standing of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and with an AV rating through Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review system,* Bredell & Bredell is proud to have consistently demonstrated a commitment to client service. When you and your family are facing the most serious situations, we will be there to help guide, inform and advocate for you.
Call us at 734-482-5000 for a consultation. You can also contact us online to set up an appointment or request more information.
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