WE CONGRATULATE OUR PARNER Daniel K. Cetina 2022 JVR Trial Lawyer Excellence Award for Highest Reported Kendall County Verdict or Settlement
Representing Personal Injury Plaintiffs Throughout Illinois Without competent legal counsel, accident victims risk accepting financial settlements that come nowhere close to full compensation for the complete cost — both present and future — of the accident. The attorneys in our personal injury practice have 120 years of combined experience handling complex accident cases. We negotiate with insurance companies and take cases to trial whenever necessary to pursue a secure financial future for our clients.
Nursing Home Neglect & Abuse Attorneys
Medical Malpractice Lawsuits: Holding Negligent Doctors Responsible Walsh, Knippen & Cetina, Chartered, is one of the most active and experienced medical malpractice law firms in the Chicagoland area. When doctors and other medical professionals fail to perform according to accepted standards, it can be difficult to bring the responsible person to justice. It requires significant financial resources to pursue a fair resolution in medical malpractice lawsuits, to hire ethical medical experts to break the code of silence in health care and pharmaceuticals. We are proud to have recovered multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements on behalf of families who have suffered as the result of medical negligence.
The Illinois Nursing Home Care Act (NHCA) was adopted amid concerns over reports of inadequate, improper and degrading treatment of patients in nursing homes. The NHCA defines “neglect” as a facility’s failure to provide, or willful withholding of, adequate medical care, personal care or assistance with activities of daily living. If you or a loved one has been injured at a nursing home, contact one of our experienced nursing home negligence attorneys for a free consultation.
WALSH, KNIPPEN & CETINA, CHARTERED ATTORNEYS AT LAW
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