Cicero Medical Negligence Lawyers
Speak to Experienced Brain Injury Lawyers in Cook County
Medical malpractice can lead to brain injuries that change the lives of victims forever. While the effects of some brain injuries are immediately apparent, some are more subtle, and can go undiagnosed for months.
If you or someone you love has suffered a brain injury due to medical malpractice, the attorneys at Cirignani Heller & Harman, LLP are here to stand up for your rights. We are focused exclusively on medical malpractice law and prepared to stand up for your rights.
Contact us today online or by telephone at (312) 346-8700 to speak with a knowledgeable Cook County, Illinois, medical malpractice attorney. We represent clients from Cicero, Evanston, Schaumburg and throughout the surrounding areas.
Brain Injuries and Medical Malpractice
One of the most common causes of a brain injury is a stroke. Stroke caused by medical malpractice can occur when doctors mishandle the clotting of the blood in surgery, misuse the drug Coumadin, and fail to recognize the warning signs of stroke.
Some medical malpractice victims experience bleeding brain injuries. These can result from post-surgical bleeding and undiagnosed aneurysms, among other causes.
The results of a medical malpractice brain injury can be severe and life-threatening, including:
- Loss of memory
- Persistent vegetative state
- Wrongful death
Two of our attorneys are also doctors, one of whom is a board-certified cardiologist. Another lawyer is a board-certified cardiologist. Each is well-versed in the causes and effects of medical malpractice brain injuries. Our lawyers will work to identify your ongoing needs and seek adequate monetary compensation to provide for those needs.
Let Us Help You
If you or someone in your family has suffered a brain injury due to medical negligence, we are here to stand up for your rights. Contact us today online or by telephone at (312) 346-8700 to speak with an experienced Cook County brain injury lawyer. We offer free initial consultations and bill on a contingent fee basis — you won’t have to pay us attorney fees unless we win compensation in your case.