Did Your Doctor Fail To Diagnose Your Illness?

At Hoover Andrews, PLLC, we are committed to representing patients and their families after a doctor or hospital failed to diagnose a life-threatening condition, such as cancer. These misdiagnoses or failures to diagnose are rare, but when they do occur, the consequences are devastating.

West Virginia Cancer Misdiagnosis Lawyers

Early detection is widely touted as the key to making the fullest recovery possible from cancer. Time is of the essence in these diagnoses, and treatment must start right away. A failure to diagnose can significantly hurt the patient's chance at survival. Should the cancer be found soon enough to save the patient's life, more serious permanent damage may already have occurred due to the doctor's miss. Additionally, the added complications will result in greater expenses and financial burden on top of an already expensive pile of medical and cancer treatment bills.

Often these critical diagnoses slip through due to the overwhelming workload of doctors and health care providers. They are also commonly the result of laziness, corner cutting and lack of training.

We have vast experience in medical malpractice lawsuits and understanding to thoroughly investigate these matters, finding details that were missed and steps that should have been taken to find the disease. Our attorneys will obtain all lab results, findings, screenings and records to determine when the disease was

We know what needs to be done, and we take care of everything on a contingency fee basis. This means that you will not have to front any of the costs or expenses of the case, instead only paying a fee if you are awarded compensation.

Contact Us For A Free Initial Consultation

To arrange a free initial consultation to discuss your case and a doctor's failure to diagnose or misdiagnosis with a Huntington failure to diagnose lawyer, please call our law firm today at 304-521-1040 or toll free at 888-389-5924.