Cancer malpractice claims are frequently filed.  In a cancer malpractice case, the plaintiff must show that he meets the statute of limitations.  


MEDICAL MALPRACTICE CLAIMS  (free consultation provided on legal claims)

Over 70% of lung tumors are diagnosed at advanced stages, reducing the patient's opportunity for long term survival.   In some instances, a doctor's failure to promptly diagnose a lung tumor, and order or interpret appropriate tests may be malpractice.  Our office handles failure to diagnose lung cancer cases in New Jersey and New York.    

evaluating missed diagnosis of cancer cases    legal overview lung cancer claims
(articles by Howard Gutman on lung cancer case         handling published in the New Jersey Law Journal and new Jersey Lawyer)
medical malpractice lung cancer claims          cancer malpractice statute of limitations               
New York Cancer Malpractice claims              medical malpractice and clinical practice guidelines
New Jersey cancer malpractice claims           medical malpractice liability

Medical malpractice jury instruction              New York Medical malpractice law 
medical malpractice pre-existing cause         workers' compensation doctor liability for malpractice

cancer, malpractice and informed consent     article on missed and delayed diagnosis and malpractice claims

laboratory error and malpractice                            veteran's hospital medical malpractice claims
X-rays and missed diagnosis                                   New York cancer malpractice issues