Did Your Doctor Fail To Diagnose Colon Cancer?

At Breslin & Breslin, we have been providing honest, informative legal counsel to clients regarding negligence in cancer diagnoses for decades. We have obtained six- and seven-figure verdicts and settlements on behalf of our clients, and our lawyers are trial-tested.

Our law firm has prosecuted numerous instances of delayed cancer diagnosis and failure to diagnose in a variety of cases throughout New Jersey. If a failure to diagnose colon cancer in New Jersey or New York has adversely affected you or a loved one, it is critical that you speak with our medical malpractice attorneys as soon as possible to begin developing your case.

We Partner With Medical Experts To Uncover The Truth

Our Bergen County-based attorneys examine claims along with cancer specialists whom we work with regularly. We dig into physician, radiologist, pathologist and oncologist reports to determine where a delay or mistake may have occurred and why.

If negligence on the part of a medical professional can be proved, we will walk you through the steps of making a legal claim and holding the responsible party accountable. A plethora of legal work goes into preparing a case and getting it ready for trial. The sooner you take action, the sooner we can go to work for you.

Call us in Hackensack to schedule a free initial consultation at 201-546-5881. Our compassionate lawyers look forward to speaking with you.

Timely Detection Of Colorectal Cancer Is Critical, So Certain Tests Are Key

Colon cancer, also referred to as colorectal cancer, usually starts growing as a polyp. Experts recommend colonoscopy screening for men and women be performed regularly beginning at age 50. In most cases, colon cancer is not symptomatic until later stages, so screenings are important.

A common early symptom is traces of blood in feces. If this is a frequent occurrence, you should notify your primary care physician who should then order a colonoscopy following a positive test for blood in your feces.

In most cases, a pathologist will be involved to provide accurate diagnosis through examination of bodily fluids and tissues. Additionally, a radiologist will also perform imaging scans such as an MRI, PET scan, CT scan and virtual colonoscopy to further examine cancerous cell growth.

Unfortunately, medical testing errors can also be made by these specialists. If you think any medical professional has failed to properly diagnose cancer in you or a loved one, you should speak with one of our experienced attorneys.

Call Breslin & Breslin For A Free, No-Obligation Consultation

We get the facts and help you exercise your legal rights. Contact us at 201-546-5881 or toll free at 866-986-2056 to speak with an attorney today. The consultation is absolutely free. Plus, we get paid only after we recover compensation for you.