If there is a failure to screen for bladder cancer or it is misdiagnosed, the disease can spread and the results could be fatal.
The Misdiagnosis of Bladder Cancer Has Far-Reaching Implications
Blood in the urine and a change in urine habits are the first signs of bladder cancer. Coincidentally, they are also the first sign of other less significant infections. If bladder cancer is detected early, the chances are higher for successful treatment. Left untreated, it could spread and have devastating impacts on your body and life.
If you feel that your bladder cancer was misdiagnosed or the diagnosis was delayed due to a failure to screen for the disease, contact the lawyers at Cirignani Heller & Harman, LLP.
At Cirignani Heller & Harman, LLP, our Chicago, Illinois, attorneys have worked with several complex cases concerning the misdiagnosis or failure to screen for rectal, colon, prostate and bladder cancer.
It is devastating to know that the disease you or your family member is fighting could have been prevented by a timely test. While you focus on getting the treatment you or your loved one needs, we work aggressively to obtain the best compensation possible. We are compassionate and caring, and we are determined to give our clients what their hospital or doctor failed to give them.