Medical Malpractice Attorney in St. Louis200 N. Broadway, Suite 720
St. Louis, MO 63102
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St. Louis Medical Malpractice
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We trust doctors and rely on them to do the right thing. But when a doctor is negligent or makes a mistake, and someone is injured, they can and should be held accountable.
If you believe that you have been injured as a result of a delayed or misdiagnosis, a surgical complication, medication error, or any other medical mistake, you may be able to pursue a medical malpractice case.
Contact us today by filling out a free, no-risk consultation form to consult with a qualified and experienced medical malpractice attorney. You may be entitled to substantial compensation for your injuries and losses.
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What is Medical Malpractice?
Medical malpractice occurs when a doctor, nurse, hospital technician, or other hospital personnel provides medical treatment that falls below the expected standard of care set by the medical community. Common examples of medical malpractice are as follows:
- Misdiagnosis of an illness, disease, or condition;
- Delayed diagnosis of an illness, disease, or condition;
- Failure to diagnose an illness, disease, or condition;
- Surgical mistakes;
- Prescription or medication errors; and
- Birth injuries
In order to receive compensation for a medical malpractice claim in Missouri, you need to prove that your doctor or health care provider failed to provide you with the proper medical care for your condition and that this failure caused your injury.
If you suspect that you or a loved one have been injured as a result of medical malpractice, you deserve to know the truth. Our experienced medical malpractice attorneys will evaluate the facts and honestly let you know if we believe you have a viable medical malpractice case.
Compensation for Medical Malpractice
From the instant we determine that there has been medical malpractice, we will aggressively pursue all damages that you are entitled to recover, including but not limited to:
- Past and future medical expenses;
- Past and future pain and suffering;
- Past and future lost income;
- Loss of spousal service;
- Occupational retraining; and
- Lifecare planning if you are seriously injured.
A medical malpractice case is quite different from any other personal injury case because measures have been put in place to protect medical professionals and make it more difficult to hold them accountable for their mistakes. Furthermore, doctors and their insurance companies fight medical malpractice cases vigorously.
However, our experienced, trial-ready attorneys understand what it takes to win a medical malpractice case and are well-equipped to take on the large insurance companies. Best of all, we work on a contingency basis—meaning, we don’t get paid unless we win, and our fee comes out of the settlement or jury award, not out of your pocket.
Contact Our St. Louis Office
You need an attorney who understands how to prosecute a medical malpractice case, who is ready for the challenge, and who is prepared to take the case to trial to obtain the compensation you deserve. This is exactly who we are and what we do.
If you believe that you are a victim of medical malpractice, contact us today by filling out a free, no-obligation case evaluation form to speak with an experienced medical malpractice attorney.
Disclaimer: Cases may be referred to and handled by another law firm as referral counsel.