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Neoplastic Disease Lawsuits

neoplastic disease lawsuits

Neoplasms are abnormal cell growths. These growths are also called tumors. A neoplastic disease is any disease that leads to a tumor growth in the body and tumors can be either benign or malignant. Many people think that all neoplasms are cancers but that is a misconception. For instance a mole is a neoplasm but not necessarily cancer. Some cases of neoplasm growth can be grounds for various types of injury claim in Pennsylvania. These can be workers’ comp cases, medical misdiagnosis lawsuits and product liability claims. If you are facing a cancer diagnosis of any type you may qualify for benefits and financial compensation. Please contact our team of Pennsylvania injury attorneys handling neoplastic disease lawsuits.

Our Pittsburgh neoplastic disease injury attorneys handle all types of injury, misdiagnosis and workers’ compensation cases free of charge unless they cannot obtain benefits for you. Also, they provide free case reviews and serve the Altoona, Erie, Pittsburgh and State College, PA areas.

Neoplastic Diseases & Types

Neoplasms fall into several different categories including benign, malignant, potentially malignant, metastatic neoplasms, secondary neoplasms and neoplastic disease of unknown origin. Examples are

  1. Breast cancer
  2. Lung cancer
  3. Pancreatic cancer
  4. Colo-rectal cancer
  5. Skin cancer
  6. Lymphoma
  7. Moles

These cases can be very complex and the victim may not even consider contacting an attorney regarding filing a lawsuit.

Injury Attorneys Handling Neoplastic Disease Lawsuits

How you developed cancer or any neoplastic disease comes into play as far as there being liability on the part of your employer, drug or chemical manufacturer and your doctor(s). Please click here for a free case review with our neoplastic disease misdiagnosis lawyers. They charge a fee only if and when they recover compensation, benefits and medical care for you and or the injured party.

Serving all of Pennsylvania such as Altoona, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, York, Philadelphia, Allentown, Erie, State College, Washington, Beaver, Butler and Meadville, PA.