Hanover Park, Illinois
Our Chicago medical malpractice attorneys have represented victims injured because of the negligence of a doctor, nurse, dentist, nursing home staff member, or other medical professional. Many new clients come to us with questions about medical malpractice lawsuits, so we have answered the most common of these questions for you below. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to call us at 877-374-1417, 312-332-2872 or email us.What is a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit?
Medical malpractice lawsuits are filed by victims who are seriously injured or killed because of a medical professional’s negligence or misconduct. This could be a missed or delayed diagnosis, a surgical error, a medication or prescription error, a fall in a hospital, or even abuse or neglect by a nursing home employee. In these types of situations, the victim may file a lawsuit against the responsible provider to seek justice and compensation. In wrongful death cases where the victim cannot file a suit themselves, the family of the victim may be able to file on their behalf.What is the Statute of Limitations for an Illinois Medical Malpractice Lawsuit?
Typically, the statute of limitations for filing a medical malpractice complaint in Illinois is two years from when the injury is discovered, or reasonably should have been discovered. However, there are many exceptions to this time limit, so it is best to call a Chicago medical malpractice lawyer right away to see what time limitations apply to your case. Medical malpractice lawsuits take time to investigate, so it is important to take action early.What Will a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Cost Me?
We know that lawsuits can be expensive to pursue, and because of this, our firm represents clients on a contingency fee basis to make sure that potential costs do not keep victims from taking legal action against negligent doctors, hospitals, nursing and other healthcare providers. What this means is that you will not pay us until, or unless, we receive a favorable outcome in the form of a verdict or settlement for you. All victims should have equal access to the courts and this type of fee arrangement gives deserving victims this access.How do I Choose the Best Medical Malpractice Attorneys to Handle My Case ?
When choosing an Illinois medical malpractice firm, it’s important that the firm has experience handling cases like yours. Our attorneys have handled all types of medical malpractice cases and have both the legal and medical knowledge needed to successfully litigate your complex medical malpractice case. We are proud of our record of success against hospitals and doctors throughout the Chicago area, and have achieved over $400 million for our clients.
If you think you have a medical malpractice case, please either call us at 312-332-2872, 877-374-1417 or email us to discuss what has happened to you or your loved one with a Chicago personal injury attorney who can help you decide if you have a possible case. We are happy to discuss what options are available to you. And remember, an initial consultation is entirely confidential and completely free, so there is no risk in calling to discuss your case.About Hanover Park, Illinois
Hanover Park, a northwest suburb of Chicago, is located partially in DuPage County and partially in Cook County and as of 2000 the population of the city was around 38,000. Around 500 businesses are located in Hanover Park, and in respect to health care facilities, the Medical Center of Hanover Park is located within the city and St. Alexius Medical Center is located in nearby Hoffman Estates and Elk Grove Village.