False Cancer Diagnosis at Cleveland VA

When you go to the doctor, there is a certain standard of care that you expect to receive while there. Even the most pragmatic person is acutely aware of the degree of risk receiving bad news while at the doctor’s office, but nobody expects to get told they have cancer, undergo two surgical procedures for it…only to find out that they never even had cancer in the first place.

Yet that is exactly what happened to Army veteran Gary DeLong when he went to the VA Medical Center in Cleveland. The retired Operation Desert Storm demolition specialist went to the center for a growth on his neck and was bluntly told that he had cancer and needed surgery immediately. DeLong, who was with his wife when he got the diagnosis, prepared for the worst and said all of his final good-byes to his loved ones.

Finally, two surgeries later, he was told just as flatly that he had never had cancer in the first place, and not only were these procedures unnecessary, so was all of his anxiety and panic. DeLong may now have a clean bill of health, but he’ll never get the time back that he lost living in fear of imminent death.

Medical malpractice is a type of law that focuses on protecting patients who were harmed while in the care of a healthcare provider, such as a doctor or a hospital. If you suspect that you are a victim of medical malpractice, you need to call me right away at 1 (877) 944-4373 for a free consultation. As your lawyer, I can help prove that you were denied a standard of care which lead to your harm.

I will demonstrate that:

  • You were given surgery without being advised of all of its risks;
  • Your operation was performed, but later proven unnecessary;
  • You could have been treated for your condition without surgery;
  • Your doctor’s negligence led to you becoming harmed during your surgery.

As one of the leading injury lawyers in the state, I have won millions of dollars in compensation for my clients over the past four decades. I take on Big Cases with Big Results and will defend you against the largest city hospitals or the smallest local clinics. And I will do it all without asking for a single penny from you. Since I work on a contingency, I don’t get paid unless you do.

When I take your case, you can be confident that I will be there when you need me. You’ll get my personal cell phone number, so please feel free to call me 24/7 with any questions you may have for me. I’ll also meet you wherever is easiest for you, saving you the trip to my office.

If you have been harmed in the Cleveland or greater Northeastern Ohio area, you can count on me to get you the financial restitution you deserve for your pain and suffering – and I’ll Make Them Pay!®


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