Chicago Medical Malpractice Attorneys
Medical Negligence Lawyers for Greater Chicago
Holding Doctors and Hospitals Accountable for Their Mistakes
It may have been an innocent mistake, but it is not forgivable. Physicians, nurses, and health care facilities owe the highest duty to patient safety in both diagnosis and treatment. You came to them for help and healing, and they failed you.
If you suffered serious complications or a loved one died because of medical negligence, contact experienced medical malpractice attorneys at the Law Offices of Eugene K. Hollander. Our Chicago, Illinois practice represents clients in Cook County and all surrounding Chicagoland counties.
Free Case Evaluation • Aggressive Representation • (312) 425-9100
Trial lawyer Gene Hollander handles all manner of medical malpractice cases:
- Surgery errors or infections from surgery
- Misdiagnosis and delayed treatment
- Medication errors
- Birth injury from improper delivery technique
- Birth trauma from fetal distress or delayed C-section
- Failure to monitor a patient's condition
- Premature discharge from the hospital (Sent home too early)
- Injuries in transport or falls from bed
The Vision and Resources for Difficult Litigation
Suing a doctor or hospital for malpractice is never easy. Medical providers and their insurance companies are reluctant to settle cases, so your attorney must have rock-solid documentation and be prepared to try the case. Mr. Hollander is a veteran of more than 100 trials in over 20 years of practice. He retains qualified physicians in specific fields of medicine who can review the medical records and testify how the standard of care was breached. Our firm also employs video representations and other innovative means to drive home the case for negligence.
If you suspect that medical malpractice caused injury or death, contact our Chicago office for a free case evaluation at (312) 425-9100. If we determine you have a viable claim, the Law Offices of Eugene K. Hollander will fight to the end to secure the maximum compensation.