Medical, Hospital, Nursing And Health Care Negligence Law
People turn to doctors and health care professionals to help keep them healthy or to cure their ailments when they are sick or injured. Health care workers do not guarantee successful results. But they owe their patients the generally accepted standard of care in their profession, along with disclosure of all reasonably available alternative treatments.
At Armbruster Dripps Blotevogel LLC, we do not take complaints about medical malpractice lightly. These are among the most difficult cases to prove. Only another medical professional can establish the standard of care expected of a doctor, nurse, or hospital.
Attorneys representing patients complaining of malpractice must be familiar with medical terminology and procedures as well as the law. Our trial lawyers represent patients complaining of the following:
- Lack of informed consent
- Surgical errors
- Prescription drug interactions
- Pharmaceutical dosage errors
- Medical device failures
Medical Malpractice Claims Require Careful Review Of Complex Testimony And Records
When we take your medical malpractice case, we fight for all of the compensation to which you are entitled. But if we do not find evidence that professional medical negligence was a cause of your condition or injuries, we will confidentially advise you of our opinions and conclusions. Just as a second opinion is a good idea when seeking medical treatment, you are entitled to seek second legal opinions. We are not concerned when our clients ask another lawyer to review their case. We know they value our candor and we respect their rights.
Representing Victims Of Medical Malpractice In Illinois And Nationwide
If you think a doctor, dentist, nurse, pharmacist, or other medical professional has failed to provide the acceptable standard of care to you or a family member, call 800-917-1529 or contact Armbruster Dripps Blotevogel LLC, online to schedule a free initial consultation and speak to one of our St. Louis personal injury attorneys. We offer contingent fee agreements, so you owe no attorney fees unless and until we recover compensation for you.