Cancer Misdiagnosis Lawsuits
Our Nashville medical malpractice lawyers have 100+ years of experience!
The Nashville medical malpractice lawyers at Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge
care about victims of
medical negligence and malpractice. Our firm has a special dedication to cancer victims who suffered damages
due to their disease being misdiagnosed. We understand that early diagnosis
of most forms of cancer is the key to long-term survival—when doctors
fail to identify obvious signs of cancer, it can lead to serious health
We are uniquely qualified to handle cases of medical malpractice, as two
of our lead attorneys are certified as Medical Malpractice Specialists
by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys. We have a deep
understanding of this area of law and are ready to fight for your right
Why We Are the Right Choice for Your Case:
- 100+ years of collective legal experience
- Specialists in medical malpractice law
- AV Preeminent® rated by Martindale-Hubbell®
- Highly rated and respected in Tennessee legal community
If your or your loved one's prognosis was affected by the delayed diagnosis
or misdiagnosis of cancer, we can offer you the dedicated support and
representation you need and deserve in order to seek maximum compensation.
Our goal is to secure financial recovery for your medical bills and the
unnecessary pain and suffering you and your family had to endure.
When Is it Considered Misdiagnosis?
It can be difficult to determine when misdiagnosis is considered medical
malpractice. Did the doctor do everything they could? Was there some type
of miscommunication or mistake in the tests? Some common examples of doctor
or medical negligence include:
- Ignored symptoms indicating early stages of cancer
- Failure to do a blood test, X-ray, CT scan, or other important tests
- Missed symptoms or incorrectly-assessed test results
Misdiagnosis of cancer could fall on the doctor, the hospital, the radiologist,
or a number of other parties. Diseases like breast cancer, prostate cancer,
brain cancer, liver cancer, or even skin cancer can all be diagnosed in
their early stages when a doctor or oncologist remains alert and attentive.
There is no excuse for a failure to properly diagnose common cancer symptoms
that all medical professionals should be familiar with.
If you lost a loved one or suffered in any way due to a cancer misdiagnosis,
the Nashville medical malpractice lawyers at Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge
Call (615) 933-2893.