Can I Sue a Doctor for Neglecting to Diagnose My Lung Cancer?

Can I Sue a Doctor for Neglecting to Diagnose My Lung Cancer?

If you believe that your doctor has failed to diagnose your lung cancer, you are likely seeking financial compensation to help cover the cost of your lost wages, medical bills, and other damages. If a doctor failed to recognize and treat lung cancer in a timely manner, it can be extremely challenging for an individual to recover. It is important that you hold this doctor liable so that this will not happen to another patient in the future. Continue reading to discover how you can sue a doctor for neglecting to diagnose your lung cancer and what the statute of limitations for medical malpractice claims are in New York. Our experienced New York City medical malpractice attorney is prepared to handle your case. Contact our firm today to discuss your options and schedule an initial consultation. We are here to help.

Can I sue a doctor for neglecting to diagnose my lung cancer?

In order to sue a doctor for failing to diagnose lung cancer, you should gain the assistance of a knowledgeable medical malpractice attorney who will walk you through the legal process ahead. The first step in this process will be that your attorney will have to prove that your doctor owed you a duty of care and that you were their patient. The next step will be demonstrating that the doctor in question deviated from the accepted standard of care, causing your injuries or your condition to worsen. You will most likely have a valid case against the medical professional if you can prove that this breach of care resulted in significant financial damages. It is important to note that many doctors will retain aggressive legal counsel to combat these claims. It is important to hire a qualified attorney who has the skills to handle lung cancer claims and will fight tirelessly for your rights to compensation.

What is the statute of limitations for medical malpractice claims in New York State?

The statute of limitations for medical malpractice claims is generally 2.5 years from the date of the incident. It is important to understand that you must take legal action within this time period to avoid being barred from suing. To begin this process as soon as possible, reach out to our firm today to discuss how we can assist you and set your case up for success.

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