My Doctor Failed to Diagnose Testicular Cancer | Can I Sue?

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When it comes to the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, time is of the essence. Testicular cancer is no exception. If you believe that your doctor failed to diagnose testicular cancer, which resulted in you suffering significant damages, you may have a valid medical malpractice claim. Continue reading and reach out to our experienced medical malpractice attorney to learn how we can assist you in holding this negligent doctor accountable for their actions.

What will happen if testicular cancer goes undetected?

If testicular cancer goes undetected, the patient may suffer significant consequences because of their doctor’s negligence. A late cancer diagnosis can include the requirement of more invasive procedures, diminished quality of life, and the increased risk of death. Cancer patients will have to face regular procedures, lost wages, and overwhelming medical bills. This is also on top of the emotional toll that cancer takes on a family.

Do I have a valid medical malpractice claim if my doctor failed to diagnose testicular cancer?

You will first have to retain the services of an experienced medical malpractice attorney. It is important that you hire an attorney who has assisted countless clients like yourself. When a doctor faces medical malpractice claims, they will often hire an assertive and skilled litigation team to represent them. They are willing to fight for their career by hiring aggressive legal assistance. This is why it is essential to hire an attorney who understands the ins and outs of medical malpractice claims and how to approach them. You and your attorney must prove that you were the doctor’s patient and that they owed you a duty of care. Next, you will work to prove that the duty of care was breached by the doctor acting negligently. Finally, your attorney will work to prove that this breach in care caused your cancer to worsen which resulted in you sustaining significant damages.

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

The statute of limitations for medical malpractice claims is generally two and a half years in New York. This means that you will have this time period after your incident to take legal action against the negligent doctor who failed to diagnose your testicular cancer. The sooner you bring attention to your claim, the better. Give our firm a call today to learn how we will fight for your right to compensation. We are prepared to help you hold this doctor in question accountable.


At Mark L. Bodner, P.C., we are committed to guiding clients through each step of the medical malpractice and personal injury claims process. Our firm understands how traumatic it can be when you become a victim of negligence. We are prepared to fight on your behalf to help you recover a maximum compensation award.聽Contact our firm today.