Compensation For Surgical Errors

When agreeing to undergo surgeries, patients place their trust in the surgeons and other medical professionals involved with the surgical procedures. When surgeons violate that trust by performing negligently, the victims of medical malpractice deserve to be compensated for their injuries, illnesses and medical costs.

If you or someone you love has been victimized by surgical errors or other forms of medical malpractice, a lawyer from our firm can help you. At The Law Offices of Goldfine & Bowles, P.C., we have more than 100 combined years of legal experience. We handle surgical mistake cases for clients in Peoria, Bloomington and Galesburg, Illinois.

We take personal injury and wrongful death claims stemming from surgical errors involving:

  • Operating on the wrong body part
  • Wrongful amputations
  • Wrongful use of cesarean surgeries and complications in C-sections
  • Leaving medical instruments in the body after surgery
  • Anesthesia errors

Surgical error claims are difficult cases to win. It takes more than just recognizing a problem with a surgery. Our lawyers have to establish that the problem resulted from a mistake on the part of the surgeon, and that this mistake resulted in damages to the patient.

We tap into a network of experts and professionals to help us establish liability and determine the full extent of the damages that our clients have suffered, including immediate problems as well as the long-term costs of ongoing medical care and repeat surgery.

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Talk with an attorney from our firm to determine whether you have a viable claim. Call us at 309-740-9218 (800-409-1615 toll free) or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced attorney at Goldfine & Bowles.

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