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MEDICAL MALPRACTICE
Indiana Medical Malpractice Attorneys
Merrillville —Crown Point—Gary—Valparaiso

Doctors, anesthesiologists, and other health care professionals can, and do, make mistakes. At times, and for a variety of reasons, a doctor might make the wrong decision, resulting in serious or fatal consequences for the patient.

Sometimes these medical mistakes are just that �honest and understandable mistakes, as tragic as the results may be. However, in other cases, a doctor may make a mistake that is inexcusable or completely contrary to current standards of medical practice.

In these situations, the doctor or other health care professional may be guilty of medical malpractice.

In our personal injury practice at Thiros & Thiros, P.C., we pay particular attention to cases of medical malpractice. We thoroughly evaluate such claims right from the outset. We do not believe in bringing frivolous claims of medical malpractice. However, if our review of the medical records �in consultation with medical experts �reveals instances of medical malpractice, then our lawyers will vigorously pursue full and fair compensation for the victim of medical malpractice.

Medical malpractice cases are almost always extremely complex, and they always require the help of medical experts and professional investigators to pursue them successfully. Established in 1971 under the name Cohen & Thiros, P.C., and with a strong local and regional reputation, our law firm has the necessary resources to pursue justice in medical malpractice cases.

Some of the most common instances of medical malpractice involve:

• Emergency room or triage station errors
• Failure to diagnose cancer and misdiagnosis of other medical conditions
• Hospital errors, including failure to provide proper care or supervision
• Surgical errors, including plastic surgery errors
• Post-surgical infections
• Gastric bypass and heart bypass procedure errors
• Anesthesia-related mistakes
• Medication mistakes
• Nursing home negligence


Get an Honest Evaluation of Your Medical Malpractice Claim
Of course, not every unhappy result can be traced to medical malpractice or negligence. As experienced medical malpractice attorneys, we have keen understanding of the normal standards of medical care and can recognize circumstances when those standards have been deviated from. In many instances, our attorneys can give you a fairly accurate assessment early on as to whether or not you have a compensable claim.

If your case is a strong one, we will retain the necessary medical experts and investigators to begin pursuing your case right away. Our medical malpractice work is done on a contingent fee basis, and we pay any costs related to pursuing your claim in advance.

To speak with a highly skilled Northwest Indiana medical malpractice attorney, contact the Merrillville law firm of Thiros & Thiros, P.C. today.

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219-769-1600
200 East 90th Drive
Merrillville, IN 46410

 
       
       
The law firm of Thiros & Thiros, P.C. represents clients from throughout Northwest Indiana including Lake County, Porter County, LaPorte County, Jhtmler County, Newton County, Starke County, and especially from communities including Gary, Hammond, East Chicago, Whiting, Crown Point, Merrillville, Hobart, Highland, Griffith, Dyer, Schererville, St. John, Cedar Lake, Lowell, Valparaiso, Portage and Chesterton.
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