Were You A Victim Of Medical Malpractice?

Medical malpractice occurs when a doctor or other medical professional fails to apply the appropriate standard of care, resulting in serious harm to a patient.

A bad result alone does not mean that medical malpractice has taken place. All medical procedures come with a certain amount of risk, and bad results can happen even if everything is done correctly. In order to pursue a medical malpractice claim, there must not only be evidence of a bad result, but reason to believe that a doctor or other medical professional did something wrong. The error could be anything from failing to conduct the appropriate tests to failing to make proper notes to mixing up documentation to providing the wrong medicine.

If you believe that you or a loved one was the victim of medical negligence, you should discuss your case with an experienced attorney as soon as possible. These are often considered among the most challenging of all personal injury claims due to tough laws, technical complexities involved and opponents who are willing to fight to protect their careers.

Decades Of Experience Holding Medical Professionals Accountable

At Munday & Nathan in Chicago, we have decades of experience holding the medical establishment accountable for harmful errors and getting fair compensation for victims of medical malpractice. The key to distinguishing between a bad result and negligence is a thorough investigation. When you choose us to handle your case, we will strive to uncover the facts and examine them properly, bringing in leading medical experts when appropriate.

Our lawyers handle medical malpractice claims of all kinds, including:

Free Consultations About Medical Malpractice Claims

We are prepared to take on any opponent in order to get justice for victims of medical negligence. We will not back down against major hospitals and healthcare centers or their insurers. We will work hard to pursue the compensation you need. Call us at 312-883-6644 or send us an email. We handle every medical malpractice case on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing unless we get you compensation.