• Trusted Medical Malpractice Lawyers in Collinsville Illinois

    Suffered an injury while under medical care? Lost someone during surgery? It’s time to get to the bottom of things by hiring a local medical malpractice attorney for help. LaMarca Law Office, P.C., assists local people that have experienced injuries or even the death of a family member during surgery or other medical treatment. We serve those in Collinsville Illinois and throughout the surrounding Metro-East area, and we use over 30 years of legal experience to give your case the best chance at a successful resolution. Call today to schedule your free legal consultation!

  • What is medical malpractice?

    When you hear ‘medical malpractice,’ this is about legal scenarios in which a medical patient is mistreated or improperly cared for by a doctor, nurse or some other member of the medical field. Problems that arise may be physical injuries or serious illnesses, meaning you could have a medical malpractice case to pursue compensation. Money awarded in medical malpractice cases can help pay for medical treatments, lost wages, and more.  Contact us for a consultation on your claim.

  • 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?

    As far as medical malpractice is concerned, there are some rules that govern who can file claims and who cannot file. Furthermore, each of these cases has its own set of circumstances, meaning the results can vary greatly on a case-by-case basis. The details of your case determine the compensation that you’re awarded. Not everyone that’s seen a doctor can file a lawsuit; here are a few things that must be true in order to file a medical malpractice lawsuit.

    1. A doctor-patient relationship must have been established. You may only file a medical malpractice case against doctors that have agreed to treat you in a professional setting. You can’t claim damages from a doctor that you overheard at an event.
    2. The doctor must have been negligent. Some medical procedures may not work out as planned. To file a claim, you must be able to prove that the doctor was negligent and that those injuries were caused by their negligence.
    3. Improper care led to specific problems. Finally, you must be able to prove that the negligent medical care was the cause of your injuries or illnesses.

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

    • We meet with you, in person, to discuss the specific details of your case.
    • We investigate through gained access to documents that could help prove your claims.
    • We’ll interview you, family members, doctors, nurses and other staff members to get to the bottom of things.
    • Our team will fight for the maximum amount of recovery you are legally entitled to receive.
    • We’ll be by your side from the beginning of the case to the resolution.