St. Louis Medical Malpractice Lawyer
Established St. Louis Personal Injury Attorneys
As Americans, we all expect Medical Doctors and Hospitals to make you better
and when you go to the emergency room or a doctor's office for care
and you expect that you will be well cared for and that your health will
be looked out for. Unfortunately, this is not always the case and when
it comes to medical malpractice, you should not hesitate to seek competent
legal counsel. You did not expect that the care you received would actually
hurt you and medical malpractice cases are always unexpected and cause
injury and death every day in America.
At Cantor Injury Law, our St. Louis Missouri and Southern Illinois medical
malpractice attorneys and legal team is committed to helping you recover
compensation to cover your injuries or illness. We have been
in practice since 1993 and during that time we have represented a wide range of personal injury
lawsuits, including many medical malpractice suits. Mark Cantor and his
team of doctors and lawyers has won many medical malpractice and wrongful
death cases over the years and can help you win too!
DO NOT DELAY. There is a short two year statute of limitations in both
Missouri and Illinois so if you have a case call now! Otherwise you may
not be able to recover any money at all for your injuries.
We have recently and successfully resolved cases by suit and settlement
for wrongful death and medical malpractice caused by misdiagnosing a heart
attack as indigestion, a thunderclap headache and brain aneurism patient
being sent away from an emergency room as having a migraine headache,
a sponge left in a patient after surgery, an untreated and undiagnosed
bed sore (decubiti cyst), a fall at a hospital, and many more fact patterns.
We only accept cases if we believe them to be valid and true and decline
over 90% of cases for medical malpractice.
There are a number of different ways which medical malpractice can occur,
- Emergency room errors
- Mistakes during surgery
- Injuries during the birthing process
- Nursing home neglect
- Nursing home abuse
- Prescribing the wrong medication
- Misdiagnosis of an illness or disease
- Delayed diagnoses of an illness or disease
Who Can Be Named in a Medical Malpractice Suit?
We file suit to seek justice and compensation in malpractice claims against
any negligent health care professional who behaved negligently or irresponsibly
in their care for you or your loved one. This may include an emergency
room doctor or nurse, an obstetrician, an OB nurse or doctor, a surgeon,
or a specialist or any other person or institution.
Throughout the years we have been in practice, we have
recovered millions of dollars for our clients. We operate on a
contingency fee basis, so that you won't be bombarded with additional concerns about how
you can afford a
St. Louis injury lawyer.
To schedule a
free case evaluation, please
contact us to reach our office now at (314) 485-4005.