Radiologists are doctors who are trained to read and interpret X-rays and other images. These professionals find evidence of cancer, fractured bones, and other illnesses and injuries. When radiologists fail to correctly read and interpret the radiological signs, patients with life-threatening diseases may not receive timely treatment. These delays can make it very difficult, if not impossible, for patients to receive effective treatment.
Women with breast cancer depend on radiologists to accurately read the results of mammograms. The failure to read these tests will prevent women from getting the treatments they need. These delays can lead to radical surgery, like a mastectomy or double mastectomy, when only a lumpectomy or other less invasive treatments would be required.
When you lose the time you need to treat your disease due to completely avoidable negligence, you have the right to bring a malpractice claim. Your best bet is to work with lawyers with the experience and skill to effectively present your case. Generations of New Yorkers have turned to the attorneys and staff of Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff LLP.
In every case involving the failure to properly read an X-ray, the radiologist's own X-rays will be a vital component of our case. We will retain experts to show that the radiologist's failure was the result of inexcusable negligence. In addition, we will gather all evidence of your medical expenses, lost income and other damages.
When you have a medical malpractice case, it is important to have lawyers with trial experience on your side. Much is at stake in medical malpractice cases, and these claims often go to trial. Collectively, our misdiagnosis of mammogram X-rays lawyers and attorneys in New York City have tried hundreds of injury cases. We understand how to make a persuasive presentation of your case to a judge and jury.
Call our law firm at 1-212-697-9280 or e-mail us to schedule a free, confidential discussion of your case. In all malpractice cases, you do not pay attorneys' fees unless we recover financial compensation, either in settlement or at trial.