i-defaultWhen a pathologist misreads surgical specimen after a biopsy, precancerous or cancerous cells can be missed and left to grow and spread. If cancer is to be stopped, it must be caught early on and treated immediately. If your pathologist failed to properly read the condition of your surgical specimen, the length and quality of your life can be significantly impacted.

Consult an Experienced Chicago Attorney if Your Believe Your Pap Smear Was Misread

At Cirignani Heller & Harman, LLP, our Illinois pathologist error lawyers include a certified respiratory therapist and two licensed physicians. Our unique level of experience prevents manipulation by insurance companies, and keeps our clients educated and aware.

The legal process can be headache inducing, and we take pride in clarifying issues and calming the concerns of our clients. By taking a compassionate and well-educated approach, we are able to keep our clients current and cared for.

In some unfortunate and avoidable circumstances, a radiologist may misread a surgical specimen or fail to notify a patient’s doctor of the suspicious conditions of a test result. In events like these, our attorneys believe that medical professionals should be held accountable for these mistakes.

At Cirignani Heller & Harman, LLP, we dig deeply into the details of each individual case, investigating who failed to diagnose the cancer.

Contact the Lawyers at Cirignani Heller & Harman, LLP

Contact us and we will help determine if your pathologist’s misread of surgical specimen is a medical malpractice case. We offer free initial consultations and contingency fees. You may also call (312) 346-8700.