Doctors have at their disposal state-of-the-art tools to identify and diagnose cervical cancer at an early stage. But too often, they either fail to order the appropriate tests, order the test but don’t read the results, or fail to interpret the test results correctly. This sort of medical malpractice can have devastating effects. Instead of being diagnosed early, when treatment can work, cancerous tumors are allowed to grow and spread for months, or even years.
The lawyers at the Porter Law Group have secured millions of dollars* for women whose cervical cancer diagnosis was delayed. We can recover compensation for you if your doctors:
- failed to order a timely Pap screen.
- failed to order a human papillomavirus (HPV) test.
- failed to properly read or interpret your Pap or HPV test results.
- failed to properly learn and respond to your pertinent family history.
- failed to order appropriate follow-up tests .
Think you’re alone? You’re not. To learn more about the stories of people we’ve represented in lawsuits because their doctors failed to diagnose their cancer in a timely manner, click here. Your doctors owe it to you to order the appropriate tests, and to properly interpret the results. If you’ve been denied available treatments, or you’re now facing a decreased survival rate because of your doctors’ failure to diagnose your cancer, call us for a free case evaluation.
Our lawyers and team of board-certified medical experts are here to give you the answers you and your family deserve.
Screening for Cervical Cancer:
The key to surviving a cervical cancer diagnosis is early detection. To learn more about the tools your doctor should use to diagnose cervical cancer early, click here. If your doctor failed to order these tests, or misinterpreted your test results, and delayed your cancer diagnosis, contact us for a free case evaluation.
The Medical Team We Use to Investigate Your Case:
We have longstanding relationships with many of the top medical experts in this field. We hire these experts to review your medical records and test results, and determine whether your cervical cancer should have been diagnosed sooner. If you suspect you’ve been the victim of a doctors’ failure to make a timely diagnosis of your cancer, contact us for a free case evaluation.
Taking Care of Your Family:
If you’re worried about who will take care of your family should your cancer prove fatal, or if you’re worried about how you’ll pay for your medical bills, learn more about the compensation you might be able to recover if your doctor failed to make a timely diagnosis of your cancer. See the results* we have obtained for our clients due to their doctors’ failure to diagnose their cancer early.
*Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.