It shouldn't cost you anything if you hire an experienced malpractice firm because they can fight your case on contingency.
Here's How We Can Help You If You're Injured At A Hospital
Our attorneys are paid on a contingency fee, which means that none of our clients pay upfront for our services. If we take an Illinois medical negligence case, we will accept the responsibility to spend the time and resources needed to pursue recovery of damages for our client. We only are paid for our services if and when we have obtained a financial award for our client.
What To Expect In Your Illinois Medical Malpractice Case
Medical malpractice cases are normally some of the most complicated causes of action. The underlying subject matter as well as the procedural objectives are more advanced than other fields of litigation. Not only does this affect your trial strategy but it also influences your trial length. Medical malpractice cases tend to be a bit longer than others and can last as much as two or more years. Yet, this assumes that the matter doesn't make a quick exit into settlement. With respect to case development, the typical phases of an Illinois medical malpractice suit tend to follow a similar order: investigation, drafting, discovery, and trial. However, any of these particular periods might be more or less important depending upon the circumstances of your lawsuit.
What Will We Do During The Initial Consultation Meeting?
The initial consultation meeting is one of the most important meetings of any medical malpractice case. It might only seem like a time when we get to know each other but it's a lot more than that. For instance, this is where we start to plan the entire case strategy and that will shape all of our investigation, research, and correspondence. It will also be when we decide what laws and precedent afford the most relief. This is all so critical when you consider the timeclock that is Illinois' statutes of limitations and the speed with which you must bring you lawsuit. To hear more about our consultation process, give us a call. We can tell you exactly what to expect, bring, and remember going into the meeting!
Want To Know What It Takes To Bring A Medical Malpractice Case?
Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers LLC has represented several victims of medical malpractice and can tell you what it takes to bring a claim in terms of experience, resources, and commitment. If you hire us, we will make sure that you get it all. Also, we won't charge you for anything if you're not happy with the award. Don't wait. Your recovery is waiting for you. Call Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers LLC today.
For additional information see the following pages:
- Can I Pursue A Medical Malpractice Case If I Signed A Consent Form Before I Had My Procedure That Caused The Injury?
- Can I Sue For Medical Malpractice If My Operation Did Not Get The Results I Was Hoping For?
- Do All Chicago Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Go To Trial?
- How Does The Court Decide If A Health Care Worker Was Negligent Under Illinois Law?
- What Does 'Medical Malpractice' Mean?
- What Should I Do If I Think I May Have Been Injured Due To Medical Negligence At An Illinois Hospital?