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Our healthcare system is in shambles. You pay exorbitant prices for inferior services.
Take for instance—cancer—the c-word. Nobody wants to hear it as the consequences can be devastating but if found early, new technologies and treatments may boot cancer into remission for years to come.
What happens when cancer is misdiagnosed or worse—there is a failure to diagnose cancer? The patient fails to benefit from lifesaving treatment. By the time a diagnosis is made – treatment is too late; too little too late, a cliché nobody wants to live with.
Your loved one’s death is impending. What are your options?Most likely you and your family will be experiencing anticipatory grief, a burdensome emotion, as you await your loved one’s death.
Failure to diagnose a medical condition is one of the most common types of misdiagnosis. Medical malpractice lawsuits from failure or delayed diagnosis mostly occur mostly from conditions as heart attack, breast cancer, appendicitis, lung cancer, and colon cancer.
As you and your family suffer from anticipatory grief expect to feel anger, depression, anxiety, helplessness, and hopelessness. Feelings of “Why dad or why my spouse or why me?” will pervade your thoughts and actions.
Death is always a shock but to know that your loved one has been misdiagnosed or there was an utter failure to diagnose cancer is also shocking because perhaps, they could have been saved.
Death of a Loved One
If you are experiencing anticipatory grief because your loved one has been misdiagnosed or there was failure to diagnose cancer, please contact Anapol Schwartz, personal injury/wrongful death law firm located in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and West Virginia. Find out what your legal options are, if you have a failure to diagnose cancer lawsuit, and how we can help.