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Knowledgeable Lawyers for Improper Medical Consent Cases

Serious questions and doubts arise after a medical procedure goes wrong or has unexpected outcomes. In other situations, the patient has legitimate cause to question whether surgery was necessary at all. These situations, and others, raise issues of proper and improper medical consent as well as whether what occurred constitutes medical malpractice.

If you or a family member has suffered a bad medical outcome such as a serious surgical error, one of the avenues to explore is whether proper consent was obtained. Our experienced Illinois personal injury lawyers know the right questions to ask and the best angles to pursue in malpractice cases.

Please contact the Law Offices of Mathys & Schneid today to discuss your concerns about a medical procedure. Call 630-848-9294 or email us for an initial consultation that is without cost or financial risk to you.

Thorough Investigation of Your Concerns About Surgery and Proper Consent

Illinois medical consent laws are complex. The many forms you may have signed under duress are virtually impossible for nonlawyers to understand and — as with most insurance policies and forms — most people sign based on trust. Further, just because you signed forms does not mean you have no recourse if medical malpractice occurred.

Our law firm is well-prepared to investigate your potential claim based on:

  • Failure to obtain proper, signed consent or other violations of Illinois medical consent laws
  • A surgeon’s questionable decision to perform an added procedure or “go further” with surgery than you or your family anticipated — as when a total hysterectomy is done along with another OB/GYN procedure
  • Failure to consult a family member or other authorized person if you were incapacitated but surgery was not an emergency
  • Other forms of medical malpractice such as emergency room errors, sometimes accompanied by issues of improper medical consent

Personal Attention From a Skilled Attorney

One of the clear principles at our respected law firm is to provide direct attention from an attorney through every phase of your case. We strive to take all your concerns into full account, and look at all available strategies and sources of compensation for you.

If you are suffering yourself or grieving for a family member because of what you believe may be medical malpractice, we encourage you to contact us. At your free consultation, we will talk through what happened and help you understand your legal rights. Call 630-848-9294 or send us an email with your questions or telling us what happened.

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