Cancer—a group of more than 100 different diseases, characterized by the rapid growth of abnormal cells capable of spreading to other parts of the body—is a leading cause of disability and death in the United States and around the world.
If you were diagnosed with cancer, your oncologist likely prescribed chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or a combination of the two treatments. Though both chemotherapy and radiation therapy can have serious side effects, when administered correctly, they can kill deadly cancer cells and give patients a fighting chance to beat the disease. However, when administered improperly, these treatments expose cancer patients to unnecessary risks and can result in devastating or even fatal injuries they wouldn't have sustained otherwise.
Did you suffer a life-threatening chemotherapy overdose or severe radiation injuries? If your injuries were the direct result of a medical provider's or medical facility's negligence, you may be entitled to file a medical malpractice lawsuit and seek compensation for damages.
Fight Back After a Chemo or Radiation Error Hurts You or a Loved One
Gray & White Law's nationally-recognized, award-winning personal injury attorneys have helped countless Kentucky medical malpractice victims get the justice—and the financial award—they deserve. If you believe that you were the victim of cancer treatment-related medical malpractice, our free eBook, Cancer Treatment and Malpractice: When Chemotherapy and Radiation Mistakes Cause Serious Injuries, offers vital information that can help you determine whether taking legal action is right for you. Learn:
- What is—and isn't—considered medical malpractice
- How to tell if you have grounds for a medical malpractice lawsuit
- What you can do to protect your rights if you were a victim of malpractice
- Common negligence-related chemotherapy errors and injuries
- Common negligence-related radiation mistakes and injuries
- How to identify potentially liable parties
- What you'll have to prove in order to collect damages
- Which types of evidence can help you build a strong case
- What you need to know about Kentucky wrongful death cases
- How an experienced medical malpractice attorney can help you win your case
- Why contingency fee arrangements mean you can afford an attorney
- And much, much more.
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