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Misdiagnosis
November 20th, 2023

Colorectal cancer is a type of cancer that affects the colon or rectum and is the third most common type of cancer diagnosed in the United States. Despite recent advances in screening and testing procedures, colon cancer is still frequently misdiagnosed, which often leads to serious or even fatal complications for patients. If you suspect […]

Misdiagnosis
November 24th, 2023

Connecticut Cancer Misdiagnosis Lawyers If a medical professional failed to properly and timely diagnose cancer in you or a loved one, a medical malpractice lawyer from Wocl Leydon can help. Cancer misdiagnosis, delayed diagnosis, or complete failure to diagnose can occur when a doctor does not recognize or correctly interpret symptoms in a cancer patient. […]

Misdiagnosis
November 24th, 2023

The medical malpractice lawyers of Wocl Leydon, LLC protect the rights and interests of clients who have been harmed by a medical professional’s failure to diagnose a pulmonary embolism in time for effective treatment. Contact us in Stamford or Bridgeport to find out whether medical malpractice played a role in your family’s loss. A pulmonary […]

Misdiagnosis
November 24th, 2023

At the law firm of Wocl Leydon, LLC, our attorneys represent clients across the spectrum of medical malpractice claims, including cases where a doctor’s failure to identify the signs of heart attack resulted in death or disability to the patient. Our AV Preeminent* law firm is recognized throughout Connecticut for our ability to investigate, present […]

Misdiagnosis
November 24th, 2023

Brain aneurysm results from the progressive weakening and eventual rupture of the walls of a cerebral artery. The ensuing hemorrhage is often fatal and usually disabling. Because brain aneurysms can occur without prior warning or symptoms, it is important to recognize that not every failure to diagnose such an event represents actionable medical malpractice. There […]

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