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North Carolina Medical Malpractice Attorneys - Failure to Diagnose Cancer Claim

North Carolina medical malpractice attorney Rick Shapiro talks about what is needed to establish a failure to diagnose claim. We receive calls on a regular basis involving a missed cancer diagnosis or a missed diagnosis of another serious health issue. To have a valid claim, there must be sufficient evidence to show that, if it were not for the missed diagnosis, the cancer or other condition could have been prevented or treated at an earlier stage to reduce the damage. Additionally, in North Carolina, there are numerous preliminary hurdles that must be met to move forward with a medical malpractice case. For example, a Rule 9(j) certification must be signed by a licensed medical professional to establish that your claim is legitimate. For more info, check out this page: