Delayed Colonoscopy Allows Colon Cancer to Metastasize

This case involved the failure to perform screening procedures that would have allowed the earlier diagnosis of colon cancer. At age 60, the client was not offered a screening colonoscopy as recommended by nearly all scholars. The client had a colonoscopy three years later and was diagnosed with colon cancer. By the time the diagnosis was made, the client’s cancer had metastasized to the liver. The family called Rosen Louik & Perry to pursue the colon cancer misdiagnosis claim. A trial jury found in favor of the client and awarded $3,625,000.00 in damages. The client’s wife was awarded $2,000,000.00 on her claim for loss of consortium.

Have you or a family member tragically lost a loved one dur to misdiagnosis? If so, know that Rosen Louik & Perry have a tremendous amount of experience in dealing with these types of malpractice misdiagnosis cases in the Pittsburgh area. To receive a free consultation about your claim, contact us now.