Oregon Kidney Cancer Misdiagnosis Attorney
Representing Cancer Victims in Eugene, Oregon
With early diagnosis, many forms of cancer are now treatable. However, if months or years go by without medical intervention, cancer cells can easily multiply and spread to other parts of your body, resulting in terminal health conditions that could have been avoided.
My name is Robert Miller. I am a medical malpractice lawyer in Eugene, Oregon, with over 35 years of experience representing victims of personal injury. If you or a loved one has an advanced stage of cancer that was not diagnosed early enough for successful treatment, I offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case. I represent both victims of delayed diagnosis of cancer as well as people who have lost parents, spouses or children due to a physician's failure to diagnose lung cancer or other types of cancer.
The following forms of cancer can often be treated and may go into remission if they are diagnosed early enough:
- Breast cancer
- Colon cancer
- Lung cancer
- Kidney cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Malignant brain tumors
- Skin cancer
- Cervical cancer
Although all patients should receive regular checkups so that illnesses such as cancer can be diagnosed at an early stage, sometimes doctors miss cancer symptoms or fail to order proper tests that could result in early cancer detection. As your lawyer, I will consult with appropriate experts to determine if your doctor overlooked observable symptoms or failed to order proper tests to diagnose your cancer early enough.
If you are a victim of medical negligence, I work hard to hold the providers or facilities accountable to recover compensation for you and your family members. I also handle wrongful death cases that stem from a delayed diagnosis of cancer.
Free Lawyer Consultation: To discuss your misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis of cancer with me, Eugene, Oregon, delayed diagnosis of cancer lawyer Robert Miller, call my Eugene law office at 541-359-4331 (toll free: 866-272-0803) or contact me online. I handle all medical malpractice cases on a contingency fee basis.