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Polyakov Law Group can help you decide if a medical malpractice claim is in your best interest and explain what to expect from your case. Medical professionals are required to use care and caution and adhere to a reasonable standard of care. If you were injured due to the negligence or recklessness of a medical professional, our experienced medical malpractice attorneys in Glenview can help. We understand that being injured by a trusted medical provider can change your life and that making the decision to seek justice for your injuries can be a difficult one. We’re here to stand by you and fight hard to obtain accountability and justice through maximum compensation from the provider or facility that injured you.
Medical malpractice occurs when a medical provider or facility fails to adhere to a reasonable standard of care that results in injury or death. There are customary ways of treating patients that involve generally accepted standards of evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment. When a medical provider or facility fails to meet those standards, patients can suffer. Medical malpractice may also occur due to the negligent hiring, training, or supervision of medical staff such as doctors, anesthesiologists, nurses, or pharmacists.
In Illinois, you have a limited amount of time to initiate a claim for medical malpractice. Generally speaking, you must file a lawsuit within two years of when you became aware of, or should have become aware of, the injury caused by the medical malpractice. It can take time to determine if filing a lawsuit is in your best interests. We will obtain a review of your claim by a physician to determine whether there was a breach of the standard of care necessary before a lawsuit can be filed in Illinois. Therefore, you should call our reduced fee medical malpractice lawyers in Glenview immediately upon becoming aware of a possible issue with medical treatment you received at (312) 554-5513, or use our online contact form.