Medical malpractice is not just about cases where a doctor's action leads to serious injury such as an operating room error or an overdose of dangerous medication. In many cases, the inaction or failure to recognize symptoms is as dangerous as causing direct bodily harm. Too often doctors fail to diagnose cancer early when the disease is still treatable for a variety of reasons, putting patients in danger of losing the option of speedy treatment, recovery and even remission.
At Seidman Margulis & Fairman, LLP, in Chicago, our highly experienced personal injury and medical malpractice attorneys help clients hold negligent physicians, doctors and hospitals responsible when their action or inaction leads to serious illness or death. We put decades of trial experience and a proven record of success behind every client, and work to help you get justice, get answers and get results.
Holding Negligent Doctors Accountable
The practice of medicine is filled with reasonable risks and choices. Every day skilled doctors make informed choices about patient care that do not result in success for a patient. The real problem, though, is when a doctor, either through ignorance, negligence or improper care, breaches their duty to their patients.
Rely on our law firm for representation in misdiagnosis cases involving:
- Lung cancer
- Skin cancer or melanoma
- Colon cancer
- Breast cancer
- Prostate cancer
At Seidman Margulis & Fairman, LLP, we work to compensate clients for the challenges they will have to face as a result of a doctor's medical malpractice. Our Chicago-area lawyers understand how limited ones' options can be after a delayed diagnosis or misdiagnosis of cancer, and we want to make sure your family has the compensation you need.
A Reputation For Success In The Courtroom
Our trial attorneys have the resources, knowledge and experience to take on complex medical malpractice cases and pursue your full compensation in the courtroom. Schedule a free consultation to discuss your misdiagnosis of cancer case with our lawyers at our Chicago office by calling 312-445-9034 or by contacting us online. We also offer flexible scheduling and consultation options to seriously ill clients or clients throughout Greater Illinois.