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Prostate cancer is one of the most common occurrences of cancer in men. Time is critical in combating every form of cancer, and prostate cancer is no exception. If your doctor or a specialist delays diagnosis or fails to properly diagnose prostate cancer, consequences may include invasive surgery, heavy chemotherapy and radiation, or death. If your doctor fails to perform a Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) test or follow up on abnormal test values, you may have a case if you discover that you have developed undiagnosed prostate cancer.

You and your family do not deserve to suffer needlessly. If a more timely diagnosis could have prevented any suffering, pain or medical costs, you may have a case of medical negligence worth pursuing with an experienced attorney.

Proven, Thorough New Jersey Cancer Misdiagnosis Attorneys

At Breslin & Breslin, we understand proper medical procedures and standards of care for cancer patients in New Jersey. Our trial lawyers work closely with cancer specialists who know how to discover errors through close examination of medical records and test records. With their help, we have prosecuted delayed cancer diagnosis claims and failures on the part of medical professionals throughout the state, obtaining six- and seven-figure verdicts and settlements in some instances.

Our Bergen County-based attorneys keep our clients informed throughout the legal process and perform uncompromising due diligence in every facet of every case that we handle.

Call our office in Hackensack to schedule a free attorney consultation at 201-546-5881 or toll free at 866-986-2056.

Failures Of Doctors And Specialists

We examine physician, radiologist, pathologist and oncologist reports to determine where errors may have occurred and why. Symptoms of prostate cancer usually occur after the cancer has been detected. Blood work, biopsy and other screenings should provide the evidence doctors and specialists need to make an accurate diagnosis of your condition.

However, failure to diagnose prostate cancer is real, and it does cause preventable suffering and sometimes death. If a doctor fails to perform appropriate examinations, screenings and tests, painful consequences may be realized, and you should seek consultation with an experienced medical malpractice attorney as soon as possible.

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Get the facts, get straight answers and know your rights. Delayed and failed diagnoses are preventable in many cases, but you need an experienced team on your side to prove it. Contact us at 201-546-5881 or toll free at 866-986-2056 to speak with an attorney.

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