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New York Medical Malpractice Attorneys: Delayed Diagnosis of Cancer

A Betrayal of Trust, A Lost Chance

When you begin to feel that something is not quite right with your health, you trust your instincts and turn to a medical professional for help. People believe their doctors when they say nothing is wrong or offer up a simple solution. Confident that they have taken the necessary precautions, patients move on trusting that everything will be okay.

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Delayed Cancer Diagnosis Lawyers Serving Albany & Syracuse

At Powers & Santola, LLP, we are dedicated to providing excellent legal representation to people who have been harmed by a needlessly delayed diagnosis of cancer. Excellence means more than knowledge and talent. It means resources and a commitment to fundamentally changing the lives of our clients and their families for the better.

We encourage you to learn more about:

  • The services our lawyers provide to people who’ve been harmed by a misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis of cancer
  • The different ways in which health care providers and doctors fail their patients
  • The states that allow delayed diagnosis of cancer lawsuits
  • Why it’s important to contact a lawyer sooner rather than later

Toll Free: 866.733.2326 / Local: 518.618.4095

Initial consultations are free and without obligation. You don’t even have to know whether or not you have a case. If you do, we handle cases on a contingency basis, meaning our attorneys only get paid if you win.

Call our New York State law offices toll free from anywhere in the United States at 866.733.2326 or contact us online.

Have you suffered from a health care system that has failed you?

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Contact the Albany personal injury attorneys at Powers & Santola online or call us at 518.465.5995 for a free initial consultation. We are standing by to help you assess your legal rights.

We don't receive legal fees until you obtain compensation for your injuries.