We expect our medical staff in our hospitals to take good care of us. We want them to look out after our best interests and make sure we are on the road to recovery. At Solomon, Sherman & Gabay, our injury lawyers want to discuss a medical malpractice story that resulted in a misdiagnosis that led to a man living with cancer much longer than he should have.
Robert Kline visited St. Luke’s Allentown campus due to a pain in his right side. He also had abdomen pain and urinary problems as well. According to the radiologist’s statement in the court documents, a scan indicated kidney stones, but an image was ignored on a scan, according to the radiologist’s statement.
The potential tumor in his bladder went ignored, and Kline was diagnosed with bladder cancer with multiple tumors. If he had been diagnosed earlier, he would not have needed the surgery to have his bladder and prostate removed as well as chemotherapy. A simple ultrasound of the bladder would have revealed the tumors and cancer, allowing for treatment much sooner.
When our loved ones go into a medical treatment, we expect that they will receive the necessary tests and expertise, not neglect. At Solomon, Sherman & Gabay, our Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania medical malpractice attorneys help victims find justice for their loved ones injured due to a medical professional’s negligence. We want you to help you find compensation and justice for those impacted by medical malpractice and want to speak with you immediately.
Victims who have experienced medical malpractice due to someone’s negligence usually deal with:
These issues can be temporary, but they are often permanent and leave a lasting scar on the victim. The road to recovery is a long one, and we want you to have all the resources you and your loved ones need for a full recovery. The statute of limitations is only two years for a medical malpractice case in California, so we need you to call today to get started before time runs out.
If you or somebody you love has been the victim of medical malpractice caused by a medical professional’s actions in the Pittsburgh area, please contact us immediately. We pledge to conduct a thorough and full investigation into your claim so we can secure the compensation you need. We want you to receive compensation for:
When you need a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania medical malpractice lawyer, you can contact us for a free consultation by clicking here or calling 215-665-1100.