Hospital Negligence

Despite incredible advances in medical science and technology, thousands of people unnecessarily die or suffer permanent injuries each year from treatment received in hospitals. Teams of medical professionals should work together at hospitals to provide the best possible care to their patients. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for hospitals to fail at providing even basic quality care.

Hospital negligence can occur for a variety of reasons: doctors fail to diagnose or properly treat illnesses; mistakes can happen when hospitals are understaffed; hospitals delay treatment and sometimes discharge patients too early. Simple carelessness can result in patients receiving the wrong medications. Lifelong permanent injuries or death can results from anything from simple medical procedures to major surgeries that are negligently performed.

If someone in your family has suffered a catastrophic injury caused by hospital negligence, you need experienced attorneys on your side. The attorneys at Tapella & Eberspacher LLC have substantial experience handling hospital litigation cases of all types. Our on-staff nurse and network of top medical professionals bring needed expertise to your case. We will apply our knowledge and experience to ensure you receive the full measure of damages you are entitled to under the law. These damages may include expenses for past and future medical treatment, lost wages, future loss of earnings, disfigurement, pain and suffering, and if the worst has happened, for wrongful death. The experienced attorneys at Tapella & Eberspacher LLC will ensure you receive the full measure of what you deserve under the law.

If you or a family member has suffered injuries caused by hospital negligence, call our Central Illinois office at 217-639-7800, our St. Louis Metropolitan area office at 618-628-3800 or contact us online. We handle cases throughout Missouri and Illinois. We offer a free consultation and evaluation. If we take your case, there are no attorney fees unless you receive compensation.

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