Providence & Newport, Rhode Island, Cancer Misdiagnosis Lawyer
When a patient has cancer, there is a limited amount of time that treatment is effective. Cancer misdiagnosis means missed opportunities. It means that providers could have treated it while it was local, they could have saved a life, they could have done something — but their mistakes mean that it is too late.
Cancer misdiagnosis is devastating for cancer victims and their families. At the law firm of Vincent D. Morgera, Ltd., I represent people who have been affected by cancer diagnosis.
A Hands-On Approach To Your Case
When I take a case, I do hands-on research and investigation. I talk with experts, review medical records and interview medical professionals. My goal is to discover the truth about medical malpractice, and help judges and juries understand how it has affected you.
As an experienced attorney, I handle medical malpractice cases involving many different types of cancer misdiagnosis:
- Appendiceal cancer
- Ovarian cancer
- Colon cancer
- Thyroid cancer
- Pancreatic cancer
- Lung cancer
Breast Cancer Diagnosis
Many of the cancer misdiagnosis cases I handle involve breast cancer misdiagnosis. In these cases, gynecologists, oncologists and other doctors often have missed detecting cancer at early stages when it could be properly treated. Many have misread mammograms, biopsies or ultrasounds. They have failed to effectively follow up on the results.
The result is that women whose lives could have been saved miss the opportunity to get the treatment they need. Others are left permanently disabled and disfigured. I believe that health care providers should be held accountable for the harm caused, so I bring medical malpractice cases to help juries and judges learn the truth.
Contact Vincent D. Morgera, Ltd.
For experienced advocacy and legal counsel regarding a cancer misdiagnosis and your medical malpractice concerns, contact my law firm at 888-707-4764 (toll free) or 401-441-5849. You may schedule a free consultation at one of my two law office locations in Providence or Newport, Rhode Island, or complete the online contact form.
Vincent D. Morgera is licensed to practice law in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and New York.