Medical Malpractice Attorneys
If you suffered an injury while under medical care, or you have lost a loved one during surgery or treatment, you need experienced legal advocacy to help you uncover the truth about what happened, identify responsible persons or entities and recover the full compensation you deserve. At The Law Offices of Frederick W. Nessler and Associates, Ltd., in Springfield, Illinois, our attorneys are leading medical malpractice personal injury lawyers and will aggressively fight for your rights.
Our attorneys will investigate to collect and preserve all relevant information in your case. We will interview staff, including nurses and assistants, as well as other experts, to determine the cause of the injury and who was responsible.
Our medical malpractice attorneys have experience in cases involving:
- Birth injuries
- Nursing room injuries
- Emergency room negligence
- Wrongful death
- Surgical malpractice
- Nurse negligence
- Medication errors
- Anesthesia errors
Our Experienced Medical Malpractice Lawyers and Medical Experts
You may be offered an immediate settlement or be hassled by insurance carriers to sign a waiver in a malpractice claim. Remember not to sign anything without first consulting with an experienced attorney. We will fully valuate your claim so that you can recover full compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, long-term care needs, pain and suffering, wrongful death, as well as any other losses you have endured. Our lawyers have recovered over $3.5 million for a patient who was injured during surgery. We use a battery of medical experts from different fields and specialties to analyze and testify in your case.
Out experienced team of medical malpractice lawyers practice throughout central Illinois. Our office locations include Springfield, IL., Lincoln, IL., Decatur, IL., Champaign, IL. and Chicago, IL.
We don't get paid unless your case is settled or won. Call our team of aggressive lawyers today at 217-698-0202 or click the button below to inquire about an injury or wrongful death.