What should I know about lawsuits for pap smear misdiagnosis resulting in cervical cancer?
Whether you developed cancer as a result or a family member did and succumbed to their condition, our attorneys can help you seek justice from the negligent physician. A successful lawsuit may award you the compensation you need to pay off the enormous piles of bills (including medical treatment costs) that resulted from the cervical cancer that was avoidable but for the misdiagnosis. To avoid having a lawsuit thrown out of court, it must meet certain legal criteria. An attorney from our firm can review your case and personal circumstances to determine if a judge will agree that your case has merit and should go before a jury. Find out if your case has merit and how we may be able to help you and your family get relief.
Does winning lawsuits for pap smear misdiagnosis resulting in cervical cancer really make a difference?
When victims and their families win lawsuits against those who caused them harm, it can accomplish several of the goals that our attorneys set at the onset of each case:
- It provides the victims with compensation for their financial losses as well as their emotional and mental damages. When a family loses a loved one to cervical cancer because of a pap smear misdiagnosis, winning the lawsuits does not reverse what happened but it does make it possible to pay the residual bills. If the victim was the breadwinner, the wages they expected to earn can be recovered by a jury award. This may enable their children to attend college and their spouse to keep the family home.
- A financial award at the conclusion of a successful lawsuit may make it possible for the victim to get medical care that can improve their condition or at the very least provide them with some physical relief. Money can’t fix anything but very often it can improve one’s quality of life and sometimes that includes winning lawsuits for a pap smear misdiagnosis resulting in cervical cancer.
- Winning lawsuits for pap smear misdiagnosis resulting in cervical cancer sends a message from the victim to the negligent physician that must be held accountable for their actions or inaction. It also sends a message to other care providers that they have a duty of care to their patients that they must uphold or else there will be serious consequences for them.
How can a personal injury lawyer help me and my family?
Our attorneys offer a no-cost consultation to those who have suffered as a result of a misdiagnosis. After a careful review of your circumstances, you will know if your case meets the legal criteria for pursuing a lawsuit. Call us today to learn what you need to know about lawsuits for pap smear misdiagnosis resulting in cervical cancer.