Thyroid Cancer Late Diagnosis and Mismanagent Attorneys – More Inside

Medical Malpractice

We don’t usually think about the thyroid gland because for the most part, it does what it is meant to do, and that is the production of vital hormones to maintain homeostasis or a biological equilibrium for good health on a daily basis. Thyroid cancer is said to be the fifth most common cancer in the US, and it can metastasize or spread very quickly, involving the neck lymph nodes, trachea and even organs found in the head. Thyroid cancer can change your life and outlook on it, and it may make simple tasks such as eating and talking seem like a herculean task. The thing about thyroid cancer, however, is that it can be diagnosed easily as edema or swelling of the neck within the first few months of its development is seen. Early diagnosis for thyroid cancer is therefore key as it may help you beat the disease since this will give your physicians and surgeons enough time to order a biopsy, put you under the knife to remove the cancer itself, start you on radioactive iodine and a whole host of other treatment and diagnostic modalities that would make a significant difference in your fight with thyroid cancer. Therefore, if you feel that your doctor never did enough to diagnose your thyroid cancer in a timely manner or misdiagnosed the condition, or even mismanaged it in the treatment stage, you may be eligible for substantial financial compensation, and we’re here to help you with that.

Were you diagnosed with thyroid cancer too late? The experienced thyroid cancer misdiagnosis medical malpractice attorneys at McCready Law have over 90 YEARS of combined legal experience helping individuals such as you get compensated for their injuries. What’s unique about us is that we work on contingency fee basis, which simply means that we won’t charge you ANYTHING as we work on your case, and only do so once we’ve completed working on the case and have recovered substantial financial compensation on your behalf. Thyroid cancer can be life-changing, and you’re going to need all the help and financial resources you can get – please call us NOW at (773) 825-3547 to learn more about your legal options. Serving all cancer misdiagnosis and late diagnosis victims and survivors COUNTRYWIDE.

Thyroid cancer develops due to the presence of abnormal cells in the butterfly-shaped organ found in the neck. These abnormal cells can multiply extremely rapidly, causing a mass of cells which can be felt as a lump. This lump can be discovered during a routine health check. While thyroid cancer has no major outward symptoms, a goiter or large mass in the neck area may herald or be a sign of thyroid cancer.

That said, here are some of the most common signs of thyroid cancer:

  • Hoarseness
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Wheezing
  • Ear pain
  • Difficulty breathing
  • An unrelenting cough

How Is Thyroid Cancer Diagnosed?

Blood and imaging tests can check for levels of the thyroid hormone as well as check out the size and overall structure of the thyroid gland respectively. In addition, a biopsy where the doctor removes a small piece of the thyroid using a hollow needle will help in getting a clearer picture. Lastly, genetic testing to see if there are changes to your genome can also help in diagnosing this cancer.

Thyroid Cancer Misdiagnosis Attorneys – Call Us Now!

If your doctor never did any of these diagnostic tests, failed to listen to your valid complaints and did not provide you with proper treatment that is line with the standard of care, you may be able to file a legal claim. Please reach out to us NOW at (773) 825-3547 to learn more about your legal options. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.