When Medical Care Is Harmful, Not Helpful
After a botched operation or a medication mistake, you are right to consider contacting a lawyer to discuss the possibility of a medical malpractice claim. Our law firm is a reliable source of information about medical error cases for patients and families in Illinois and Indiana. Since our firm was established in 1983, we have built a track record of many favorable outcomes in injury and medical malpractice cases. We can help determine if you likely have a viable case after suffering injury or illness because of improper or inadequate medical care.
Polansky & Cichon, Chtd. has a history of advocacy for people injured in medical contexts, including through challenging litigation as necessary.
Medical Malpractice 101: Basic Things To Know
Human bodies are imperfect and unpredictable. Not every undesirable outcome to surgery or medical treatment confirms that malpractice has occurred. Malpractice fundamentally means that a health care professional did not follow accepted standards of care. When negligence and the resulting harm can be proven, a medical malpractice claim may be appropriate.
We Will Get To The Bottom Of It
To determine whether medical malpractice has occurred, our litigation team works closely with the most appropriate medical experts for each type of case, including:
- Failure to diagnosis
- Emergency room (ER) errors
- Surgical errors, including operating on the wrong site and leaving foreign objects in patients’ bodies
- Medication errors
- Birth injuries
In medical malpractice cases, as in all injury cases that we take on, we emphasize clear communication and ample interactions between our attorneys and our clients. We are empathetic as well as thorough in gathering evidence. You can entrust your case to us with confidence that we will find answers and diligently pursue the financial relief that you need.
Request A Free Consultation With A Compassionate, Skilled Team Of Medical Malpractice Attorneys
If we represent you, we will do so on a contingency basis. You will not owe attorney fees until we recover compensation for you. In addition to legal fees, however, you may also be responsible for some or all of the expenses associated with your case. This is a compelling reason to select medical malpractice cases with appropriate caution.