St. Louis Medical Malpractice Lawyers

Representing Patients in Missouri & Across the Nation

Physicians, nurses, and all other medical providers must follow the prevailing standard of care, which requires actions or inactions to align with what competent medical professionals would do under similar circumstances. However, healthcare providers sometimes make preventable mistakes resulting in injury to their patients. Diseases are misdiagnosed, lab results are misread, surgeries or other procedures go poorly, and patients are neglected, their complaints ignored. If you have found yourself in this situation, you may be a victim of medical malpractice and should contact an attorney immediately to discuss your legal rights. You may be owed compensation.

Examples of medical malpractice include the following:

  • Medication prescription or administration errors
  • Emergency department lapses
  • Birth injuries to both babies and mothers
  • Surgical errors and hospitalization errors
  • Failure to properly monitor or follow up with the patient
  • Errors involving the administration of anesthesia
  • Adverse reactions (to drugs or procedures) and drug interactions
  • Delays in diagnosing an illness, condition, or cancer
  • Failure to diagnose medical conditions
  • Failure to correctly read a report, lab results, or radiology results

Why Choose The Simon Law Firm, P.C.

  • Our mission is to provide the highest-quality legal services with integrity, professionalism and respect for our clients.

  • We handle our cases on a contingency fee basis, so you don't pay unless we recover for your case.

  • Since the firm was founded in 2000, we have recovered more than $1 billion in verdicts and settlements.

  • We have been named one of the "winningest firms" in the U.S. by The National Law Journal.

Elements of a Medical Malpractice Case

Just because a patient did not receive the outcome they wanted from their medical treatment does not automatically mean that their physician committed medical malpractice. In order for a medical negligence lawsuit to be successful, the plaintiff must be able to prove the following four elements: duty, breach of duty, causation, and damages.

  • Duty: The doctor or other medical professional had a doctor-patient relationship with the plaintiff and owed him or her a legal duty of care.
  • Breach of duty: The doctor failed to meet this standard duty of care.
  • Causation: The doctor’s breach of duty was the reason that the patient suffered harm.
  • Damages: As a result of all of the above elements, the doctor’s misconduct resulted in economic and non-economic damages (including but not limited to additional medical expenses, lost wages, lost earning capacity, and pain and suffering).

Our St. Louis Injury Attorneys Serve Clients Across the U.S.

At The Simon Law Firm, P.C., we recognize that the consequences of a medical mistake can be tremendously difficult for our clients and their families. That’s why our personal injury lawyers have dedicated countless hours reviewing medical records, researching medical literature, and speaking with medical experts about potential claims.

Our St. Louis medical malpractice lawyers provide guidance and advice throughout the entire process. We take the title “attorneys and counselors” seriously, and will address all questions or concerns you have. If you believe you have been injured by a medical provider error, please contact the medical malpractice attorneys at our firm for a free consultation. We will walk through the details and provide you with information to get you through this difficult time.

Call (855) 809-7080 today to speak with our qualified, seasoned St. Louis medical malpractice attorneys.

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Please note that until we have entered into a written representation agreement with you, no attorney-client relationship is established. We will nonetheless keep all information you send us confidential.

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