• Trusted Medical Malpractice Lawyers in Decatur Illinois

    Have you lost someone during a routine surgery? Are you reeling from injuries that you suffered under medical care? If yes, it’s time to call a medical malpractice attorney that will stick by your side while we uncover the truth about what happened to you. At LaMarca Law Office, P.C., we provide medical malpractice legal assistance to clients in Decatur Illinois and throughout the surrounding Central Illinois communities. Additionally, our team offers over 30 years of legal experience and a detail-oriented, time-proven approach that gives you the best chance at a successful resolution. Call to schedule your initial consultation.

  • What is medical malpractice?

    Medical malpractice cases involve patients that have been injured or developed serious illnesses while under the care of a doctor, nurse or some other medical professional. In these cases, patients have a case if their injury or illness was caused by a mistake in their care. Medical malpractice compensation can help buy groceries, replace lost wages and even pay for medical treatments. Please contact our staff to find out if you have a case.

  • 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?

    There are some rules about who can file claims and who cannot file claims in medical malpractice lawsuits. Furthermore, we understand that each case is different, which means the successfulness of your claim, and how much compensation you receive, will be dependent on the specific details of your case. Take a look at a few of these basic things that must be true if you plan on filing a medical malpractice lawsuit.

    1. A doctor-patient relationship must have been established. You may only file a case against a doctor that has agreed to treat you in a professional setting. Doctors can’t get in trouble for off-handed comments made away from work.
    2. The doctor must have been negligent. Unfortunately, not all medical procedures will go as planned. To file a claim, you must be able to prove that the doctor was negligent and that their negligence caused your injuries.
    3. Improper care led to specific problems. You must prove that the injuries or illnesses from which you suffer were caused by the improper medical care that you received.

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

    • Our lawyer will sit down with you to discuss all the pertinent information.
    • We investigate through gained access to records that will help prove your claims.
    • We’ll interview everyone involved including nurses, doctors, and other staff members.
    • We always fight for the maximum recovery you are entitled to under the law.
    • We’ll be by your side from beginning to end.