Medical Malpractice Cases Require Experienced Attorneys

Although we hope that doctors, hospitals and medical professionals will do their best when we or our family members need their help, medical mistakes do occur. Oftentimes, these medical mistakes are avoidable if proper care and caution has been taken.

Medical malpractice is an extraordinarily complex and often misunderstood area of personal injury law that requires great experience and attention to detail to determine if a case could or should be pursued against the medical institution or medical professional involved.

This is where Kaiser Hafezi Law comes in. Our medical malpractice attorneys have the experience and dedication to get the justice you and your family deserve. Our office is centrally located in Bensenville, and we proudly serve injured clients throughout Chicagoland.

Some common causes of malpractice include:

  • Surgical errors
  • Misdiagnosis/failure to diagnose
  • Incorrect dosing
  • Nursing negligence
  • Foreign objects left behind
  • Birth injuries

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q. I think that myself or my family member was hurt because of a doctor or health care provider. What should I do?

A. You should call Kaiser Hafezi Law, and speak to an attorney and discuss about what happened. Most likely, some medical records will need to be brought to the attorney so they can review it and get answers for you.

Q: How long do I have to bring a case?

A: Generally, claims should be brought within two years. It could be as little as one but longer than two under certain circumstances. Call the knowledgeable attorneys at Kaiser Hafezi Law, and they will advise you of your options.

Q: I feel bad suing a doctor when I know he/she was trying their best. What do I do?

A: There are rules that apply to doctors, and if they break those rules, they should be held responsible, just like a driver who does not obey the rules of the road.

Q: I believe that my family member was a victim of malpractice; can I pursue it for them?

A: The injured person must be the one bringing the claim. However, if the injured person is legally disabled or incapacitated, then their designated power of attorney can do so on their behalf. If a family member has died from possible negligence, then the spouse, family member or other appointed representative can pursue it on their behalf.

Call Us Today For A Free Case Evaluation

If you or a loved one was injured by a medical mistake, Kaiser Hafezi Law can help. To schedule a free consultation with one of our personal injury lawyers in Bensenville, call 630-233-9946 or contact us via email. Kaiser Hafezi Law proudly provides full Spanish language services.