Relentless Representation For Challenging Medical Malpractice Claims

Legal Recourse After Emergency Room Malpractice

Medical malpractice does not just occur on the operation table or in a doctor’s office. Patients are vulnerable to malpractice from the moment they enter the emergency room (ER). When the staff in the ER make a mistake through negligence or recklessness, it can take a skilled malpractice lawyer to hold them accountable for the harm they have caused you.

At Morrissey Legal Group, LLC, attorney Frank Morrissey knows how to identify medical malpractice in its many forms and hold the party who caused the damage responsible for their actions. He takes the time to review the details of these claims to maximize the compensation his clients receive for their injuries, regardless of what malpractice they experienced in the ER.

What Are Common Emergency Room Malpractice Errors?

The ER is a very hectic place with a lot going on at any given time. All of this chaos creates a prime breeding ground for medical malpractice incidents, including:

  • Failing to communicate with a patient, or failing to communicate the patient’s needs to other staff
  • Failing to stabilize a patient properly
  • Failing to transfer a patient to the correct ward
  • Administering the wrong medication or wrong medication dosage

These mistakes happen in an instant and can last a lifetime for a victim, which is why it is only reasonable that the injured patient receive fair compensation for their injuries and suffering. Mr. Morrissey fights to maximize settlements in these claims to include factors like lost income, loss of earning potential, medical expenses and therapy costs.

Let A Seasoned Lawyer Oversee Your Claim

If you believe that you suffered from medical malpractice when you were in an Illinois emergency room, do not let things slide and accept the costs of their actions. Instead, allow Mr. Morrissey to fight to pursue the outcome you deserve in your claim.

Call him at 312-815-5856 or email him here and take the first step in resolving your medical malpractice claim.