NEW YORK CANCER MALPRACTICE DEFENSES - STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS
Cancer malpractice claims are frequently filed. In a cancer malpractice case, the plaintiff must show that he meets the statute of limitations.
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.
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