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Illinois Attorneys For Medical Malpractice Injuries

If you have been injured due to medical malpractice, you need trial lawyers who have dedicated their careers to representing victims of negligent medical care. At HM&M, we have a long history of getting extraordinary results for our clients.

Hospitals, doctors and other health care providers have a duty to use reasonable care in providing medical services. When they do not it is legal negligence, also known as medical malpractice, and innocent patients can suffer, both economically and emotionally.

Bringing a lawsuit against a doctor or a hospital does not mean you are against the medical profession, it means that you need help with the economic and personal losses created by their negligence. The law entitles you to fair compensation when your life has been changed by negligent medical care.

HM&M pursues cases against all types of health care providers who make life-changing mistakes, including doctors, nurses, therapists, hospitals, clinics, surgery centers, dialysis centers and nursing homes. Contact us today for assistance with all types of malpractice cases.

A Sample of Our Successes

  • $41,149,942Medical Malpractice

    Record setting 2024 jury verdict against OSF HealthCare System on behalf of a 72-year-old man with atrial fibrillation [AFib] who suffered a catastrophic stroke because Cardiologists and Advanced Practice Nurses failed to monitor the patient’s INR levels or increase his dose of the anticoagulant medication Coumadin to prevent cardioembolic stroke.

  • $15,200,000Medical Malpractice

    Settlement after the start of trial for a woman paralyzed during spine surgery at an Illinois hospital when her neurosurgeon failed to diagnose and treat Ossification of the Posterior Longitudinal Ligament [OPLL].

  • $14,128,000Medical Malpractice

    Verdict for 14 year old boy for brain injury caused by medical malpractice at the time of his birth. An obstetrician at Northwestern Memorial Hospital failed to perform a timely Cesarean section when the unborn baby had a low heart rate, which caused the baby to suffer brain damage.

  • $11,280,042Medical Malpractice

    Structured settlement for a child with a brain injury, cerebral palsy and spastic quadriplegia that was caused when obstetricians and nurses at a Chicago hospital failed to detect that the baby was in a breech position and that the umbilical cord was trapped, resulting in loss of oxygen to the baby prior to delivery.

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