New Jersey Medical Errors Attorney
If Preventable Medical Errors Delayed Your Cancer Treatment, We Will Fight For You
In New Jersey, a lawsuit accusing healthcare providers of preventable medical errors is filed, on average, a little more than once a month. And according to a report by BMJ Quality & Safety, an international journal regarding healthcare improvement, 28% of cancers are misdiagnosed. Thus, it could be that at least four people with cancer are misdiagnosed in NJ each year. At Garces, Grabler & LeBrocq, we are devoted to turning that number to zero. Our medical malpractice lawyers are passionate about protecting the rights of cancer patients throughout the state. We offer you zealous advocacy when preventable medical errors led to a delay in diagnosis or treatment for cancer, and we do not stop until we have secured the best possible future for you.
Medical Malpractice Lawyers with Experience on Your Side
Not all medical malpractice lawyers have the skills and resources you want when you’re involved in a lawsuit. At GGL, we have helped cancer victims and survivors obtain the compensation they need. We are formidable adversaries in the courtroom, and are well-known and respected by our peers and the judiciary in the five counties we serve. We are particularly skilled at handling cases of misdiagnosis involving:
- Breast cancer
- Pancreatic cancer
- Oral cancer
- Throat cancer
- Uterine cancer
- Ovarian cancer
- Colorectal cancer
- Lung cancer
We also have experience helping people who have been diagnosed with cancer prematurely, or whose cancers were spread through the use of defective medical devices such as power morcellators. The failure to diagnose cancer is one of the most grievous examples of medical negligence there is. You want an attorney on your side who can answer your questions and help guide you through the legal process.
To schedule a free consultation with an experienced misdiagnosis attorney, please call 1-800-923-3456 or contact us online.
Let us worry about the lawsuit, so you can focus on getting well.