Failure to Diagnose Pancreatic Cancer

Contact a Medical Malpractice Firm That Has Achieved Multiple Eight-Figure Settlements

The early detection and diagnosis of many types of cancer increase the chances of a recovery. Failure to diagnose cancer can lead to exacerbated symptoms and medical problems, including wrongful death.

Early detection of pancreatic cancer is especially important because the disease in so often fatal. Yet, because early pancreatic cancer often does not bring early symptoms and because later symptoms are usually non-specific, pancreatic cancer is often not diagnosed until its late stages.

Legal Help Following a Doctor's Failure to Diagnose Pancreatic Cancer Malpractice

If you or a loved one have questions regarding your legal rights following a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer, contact the Ohio, medical malpractice law firm of The Donahey Law Firm. We have successfully handled numerous cases involving doctors' failure to diagnose cancer and provide the counsel and aggressive and experienced legal help you need.

For a no-charge consultation regarding cancer diagnostics and medical malpractice contact the lawyers of The Donahey Law Firm. Call 866-918-5886.

Though pancreatic cancer can be difficult to detect, doctors have a duty to follow up on known symptoms, which include:

  • Upper abdomen and back pain
  • Loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting and weight loss
  • Painless jaundice
  • Diabetes and elevated blood sugar levels

We can obtain and examine your medical records and work with medical experts to determine whether medical malpractice occurred, then determine the value of a potential claim. Our firm has resolved dozens of cases for $1 million or more and one of our attorneys obtained the highest civil jury verdicts ever awarded in Franklin County, Licking County and Gallia County. For more information, contact our firm.

Need Legal Help After a Missed Diagnosis? - Contact Us

The Donahey Law Firm has the experience and results to get assist you with your missed diagnosis case.  We represent clients throughout Ohio, have offices in Columbus, Dayton, Delaware, and Cincinnati, offers free initial consultations, and works exclusively on a contingency fee basis. To contact us call 866-918-5886.