Were You Injured By Hospital Negligence?

You go to the hospital with the hope that medical professionals will cure an illness or correct a debilitating condition. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for medical personnel to be negligent in their care or make mistakes that can lead to extended illness or a worsening condition. If you or a loved one has suffered due to negligent care in a hospital, it is crucial that you contact an experienced medical malpractice lawyer as soon as possible. Attorney Marios N. Karayannis has achieved two seven-figure settlements for families in hospital deaths caused by malpractice. He has also handled many other cases involving serious injuries caused by an error in a hospital. With detailed legal knowledge and a network of trusted medical professionals, the firm can provide the aggressive, dedicated representation you need.

Holding Hospitals Accountable For Mistakes

When you go to the hospital, your health relies on the cleanliness, training and professionalism of countless departments and staff members, including:

  • Emergency room personnel
  • Triage nurses
  • Pharmacists
  • Medical technicians
  • Surgical staff
  • Anesthesiologists

These types of cases, like all malpractice matters, involve expert witnesses who will review the facts and offer opinions regarding whether malpractice has occurred. Marios has utilized top experts on the East Coast, the West Coast, from the South and locally in prosecuting cases in the past and has developed a strong network of expert witnesses he can contact and rely upon in reviewing new cases. These contacts make it extremely likely Marios has an expert in an area that is relevant to your case.

For A Free Case Evaluation

If you or someone you love was injured due to the care you received in a hospital, please contact Karayannis Law Offices by calling 630-326-4697 or sending us an email.

Our law office is in Geneva, and we represent victims of hospital negligence in Kane, DuPage, Cook, Kendall, DeKalb and McHenry counties and the surrounding areas.