Lung Cancer

Lung cancer is a common form of cancer that is often discovered in people who have been chronic smokers. However, smokers are not the only individuals who develop lung cancer. There are other risk factors and symptoms that may indicate the disease's presence. Doctors should be thorough in their investigation of any symptoms, as a delay in diagnosing or a misdiagnosis of lung cancer can have fatal consequences.

The attorneys at Furr & Henshaw have more than 40 years of experience representing clients who have suffered consequences due to a doctor's negligence. We confidently stand up for the rights of injured individuals and their families, seeking compensation through medical malpractice claims. Our lawyers strive to help clients understand their rights and move forward with their lives while we handle the legal details of their cases. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

Thorough Testing

It is important that your doctor conduct as many tests as necessary to determine the location, size, type and any other aspects of the lung cancer that has been detected. Whereas previously it was believed that using X-rays to detect lung cancer was not a useful approach, and just exposed patients to unnecessary radiation, new research has shown that X-rays and CT scans may in fact be very useful in making determinations and diagnoses. The extra cost of these tests, and extra radiation, may prove lifesaving.

Contact Our Attorneys Today

If you or a member of your family has suffered due to a lung cancer misdiagnosis, contact the South Carolina personal injury lawyers at Furr & Henshaw today. Your initial consultation is free of obligation and charge. You will pay us no attorneys' fees unless we are able to recover compensation in your case.