Professional Malpractice

Unfortunately, clients can be damaged by the negligence of their physician, dentist, pharmacist, lawyer, accountant, architect, chiropractor, engineer, real estate agent and other professionals.

This is known as "Professional Negligence." If a professional is careless or negligent in the work they perform and that negligence results in damages, you are entitled to seek financial restitution.

Some examples of professional malpractice could include a doctor amputating the wrong limb, a pharmacist giving a patient the wrong medication, a psychiatrist sexually abusing a vulnerable patient, an accountant negligently preparing estate tax returns or an attorney who fails to file your lawsuit within the proper time frame.

Professional malpractice cases are difficult to prove and often must be proved with expert testimony. The plaintiff must prove that the professional committed malpractice and he or she was harmed as a result of the malpractice.

The attorneys at Holman & Stefanowicz, LLC have the knowledge and experience to help you evaluate and pursue your professional malpractice cause of action. They have successfully collected millions of dollars for their clients in professional malpractice cases involving, doctors, dentists, paramedics, pharmacists, lawyers, engineers and accountants.

If you believe you were harmed by a licensed professional, it's important to contact an attorney with the knowledge and experience to pursue your professional malpractice case. You only have a limited time in which to pursue a professional malpractice case, so contact an attorney as quickly as possible. Contact Holman & Stefanowicz, LLC at 312-258-9700, they will provide you with a thorough and confidential evaluation of your potential claim.

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