Ross Feller Casey is the recognized leader in lawsuits involving the failure to timely diagnose and treat cervical cancer.
An unmatched record of success winning cancer misdiagnosis lawsuits in Philadelphia and throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Catching breast cancer in the early stages comes down to proper medical examination and testing.
The leading prostate cancer misdiagnosis attorneys at Ross Feller Casey can help you understand your legal options.
Patients can file a medical malpractice lawsuit if they believe a doctor did not detect lung cancer when they should have.
If you or someone you love suffered from a delay in diagnosing colon cancer, the attorneys at Ross Feller Casey can help.
Ross Feller Casey is actively investigating litigation on behalf of women who have developed uterine cancer due to dangerous chemicals in hair-straightening products.
Doctors failed to diagnose and treat the decedent’s colon cancer for 18 months. During that time, the cancer spread, metastasized and become incurable.
Matt Casey settled a major malpractice lawsuit involving the failure to diagnose pediatric cancer.
Is cancer hard to diagnose? How often do doctors make mistakes?
Were you diagnosed with cancer despite having regular colonoscopies? Your doctor might have missed something important!
Was your husband diagnosed with prostate cancer? Could it have been caught earlier?
A technician misread pap smears over three years, which allowed cancer to spread to stage three in a 63-year-old woman.
Yes, doctors make mistakes sometimes. Did your doctor fail to diagnose your cancer in time?
Robert Ross convinced a jury that a hospital and two radiologists were negligent in failing to diagnose a woman’s breast cancer.
Did regular Pap Smears not catch your wife's cervical cancer- or did your doctor make a mistake?
A jury in Philadelphia has ordered the maker of a diabetes drug to pay $3.6 million in damages in a case involving a man's bladder cancer.
There are a couple ways a doctor can make a mistake when it comes to diagnosing cancer.
A jury in Pittsburgh has awarded $5.7 million to the husband of a woman who died of liver cancer after a doctor failed to diagnose and treat the disease.
Ross Feller Casey has filed a major medical malpractice lawsuit on behalf of a 4-year-old Scranton boy alleging that doctors failed to detect that he had cancer.