• Bloomington, IL’s Trusted Medical Malpractice Lawyers

    Have you sustained an injury while under medical care? Have you lost a loved one during a routine surgery? It’s time you called a local medical malpractice attorney for the help you need to pursue compensation for your loss during this difficult time. At LaMarca Law Office, P.C., we assist clients that have medical malpractice cases in Bloomington, IL and throughout the surrounding areas. As a local firm, we understand that these cases are sensitive, and we put your privacy and comfort above all else when proceeding. Contact us to schedule a free evaluation of your medical malpractice case today!

    What is medical malpractice?

    The term, ‘medical malpractice,’ refers to situations in which a patient sustains injuries or a serious illness due to improper medical care by a doctor, nurse or another member of the medical staff that was responsible for your care. Problems that may be compensable include physical injuries and serious illnesses that are caused by the care that you received. We may be able to pursue compensation that could help pay medical bills, buy groceries or replace lost wages. Ask our staff for additional details.

    Common examples of medical malpractice

    • Emergency Room Errors
    • Emergency Room Negligence
    • Anesthesia Errors
    • Infections
    • Misdiagnosis
    • Failure to Diagnose
    • Birth Injuries
    • Birth Defects
    • Pharmaceutical Errors
    • Surgical Errors
    • Postoperative Care Errors
    • Nursing Home Abuse
    • Wrongful Death
  • Who can file a case?

    When it comes to medical malpractice cases, there are some rules about who can file cases and who cannot. Additionally, each case is different, and the specific details of your situation will determine the success of your claim and the amount of compensation that you receive.  However, not everyone that’s seen a doctor can file a suit. Here are a few basic things that must occur for a malpractice suit to move forward:

    1. A doctor-patient relationship must have been established. You cannot file a medical malpractice case against a doctor that never agreed to treat you. The advice you heard from a doctor in an informal setting does not make them liable for your injuries.
    2. The doctor must have been negligent. Not all medical procedures will work out as planned. To file a suit, you need to prove that the doctor was acting negligently and that the negligence caused your injuries.
    3. The improper care led to specific problems. You must be able to prove that the medical care you received was the cause of any injury or serious illness developed thereafter.

    How can LaMarca Law Office, P.C., help?

    • We sit down with you, in person, to record and review all relevant details in your case.
    • We’ll investigate through gained access to records and documents that could prove your claim.
    • We interview you, your family members, doctors, staff members and others to get to the bottom of things.
    • We fight for the maximum amount of recovery you are legally entitled to.
    • We walk you through the entire process from initial hearings to case resolution.