For almost 15 years lawyer David S. Jasmer of The Jasmer Law Firm has worked to provide the exceptional legal help needed to prevail in complex medical malpractice lawsuits involving the failure to diagnose illnesses and the misdiagnosis of illnesses.
What Sets Us Apart
Medical malpractice law often involves the need for extensive investigation and the need for input by medical experts, as well as knowledgeable and strategic maneuvering during litigation.
We have assembled a team of on-staff medical experts, many of whom are Harvard trained, to review prospective cases and to provide crucial testimony in trial. We also work relentlessly to investigate each case and seek out all available sources of information to support claims of medical malpractice and negligence in court.
Read About Some Recent Cases
A radiologist misread a chest x-ray, failing to detect a clearly visible nodule in the left upper lobe, which actually was a malignant tumor. The case resulted in a settlement for $710,000.
Failure to diagnose a young girl's dehydration in the ER causing her serious injury led to an $875,000 settlement.
The medical team at a local hospital failed to timely diagnose a 6-month old boy with bacterial meningitis, resulting in deafness and profound developmental delay.
Failure to diagnose the severity of a 43 year old man's asthma attack by the medical staff in the ER of a local hospital resulted in profound brain damage.
Misdiagnosis of a 35 year old man's abdominal pain led to his death as a result of an aortic dissection.
The Jasmer Law Firm has handled dozens of cases involving the failure to diagnose cancer, heart attacks, meningitis, pulmonary embolisms and other medical problems. If you need medical malpractice law legal help, contact our firm. We offer free initial consultations, are available for evening and weekend appointments and can come to your hospital or home if needed. We don't collect attorney fees unless we obtain monetary compensation for you. To contact an attorney, call 312-386-7011 or 866-920-6021.