Compensation For Failure To Diagnose Cancer And Other Conditions

Introducing Our Firm

Doctors Do Make Mistakes And You Can Be Compensated For Injuries

Not all diagnosis errors qualify as medical malpractice, but you should consult an experienced personal injury lawyer if you suspect any type of error in a diagnosis.

Our Morristown-based firm can provide you with a case evaluation right away. We take on challenging cases regularly. If your case has merit, we can help you now.

At Hoyt & Hoyt, PC, we handle personal injury and medical malpractice claims exclusively. Attorney Jack Hoyt works with a team of medical experts to investigate, build and pursue maximum value for your case.

It's Time For A Second Opinion — A Legal Opinion

If you or a loved one was harmed by a doctor's failure to diagnose a condition or disease, you need to speak with an experienced attorney to fully understand your legal, insurance and medical options. Whether it was a failure to diagnose cancer, stroke, appendicitis, pneumonia or another condition, time is of the essence.

We will work to find evidence from which we can prove that medical professionals departed from the recognized standard of care and that this negligence caused the patient's injury or death.

Such cases are very complicated, and legal action is complex. Attorney Hoyt has prosecuted these types of cases for over 20 years. We know how to secure evidence and build an effective case within the statute of limitations, but it is critical that you seek our help as soon as possible so we can file your case before evidence and credible witnesses disappear.

Causes Of Failure To Diagnose

  • Failure to act promptly on test results
  • Failure to order reasonable and necessary tests
  • Improper screening procedures
  • Misread test results such as cancer screenings, fluid samples and diagnostic images
  • Failure to refer to a specialist

An error can be made in a hospital, clinic, emergency room or any other medical setting. If you or a loved one has experienced a misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose in Morris County or anywhere in New Jersey, we can prepare your case for full and fair recovery.

Consult An Experienced And Compassionate Medical Malpractice Lawyer

If negligence was the cause of the error, you deserve compensation for past, present and future losses and damages. We will champion your recovery.

Please contact us online or call us at 973-292-2299 to get a free case evaluation. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis.

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