When undergoing a medical procedure or when entrusting yourself to the care of a team of medical professionals, it is reasonable to expect a certain standard of care. When that standard is not met, or there are blatant errors in care or negligence on the part of a practitioner or an institution, it is important to protect your legal rights by filing a medical malpractice suit against those responsible.
Medical malpractice can mean a number of things, and at Seidman Margulis & Fairman, LLP, we handle all manner of medical malpractice cases. If you suspect poor care or medical mistakes in your treatment, or the treatment of a loved one, call our office at 312-445-9034 or toll free at 888-837-3275 to schedule a free consultation regarding your situation.
Common Medical Malpractice Injuries
Because there are so many types of medical procedures, there are a multitude of ways that medical malpractice can occur. Some of the more common medical malpractice cases often involve:
- Errors in diagnosis, including misdiagnosis of cancer
- Birth injuries such as cerebral palsy
- Emergency room and pharmacy errors such as incorrect medication dispersal or prescription
- Surgery errors and postoperative negligence
No matter what your medical situation may be, our firm will perform meticulous investigation into the incident to ensure that the proper people are held accountable. Whether the issue is a surgeon's medical mistake, a negligent nurse, or an institution that is severely understaffed — we will hold them accountable.
Trust An Experienced Medical Malpractice Lawyer
Steve Seidman has practiced law since 1981, and opened a solo practice 20 years ago. With associate Christopher Freeman, Seidman Margulis & Fairman, LLP, has obtained many large settlements and verdicts in medical malpractice cases. Our success stories include a $5 million settlement for the benefit of the family of a permanently injured child, and settlements of $1.9 million and $1.6 million in wrongful deaths stemming from malpractice.
Seidman Margulis & Fairman, LLP, spares no expense in proving liability on the part of the care providers. If you believe a family member's serious injury or death was the result of negligence, contact our Chicago medical malpractice attorneys for a free case evaluation.