Robert Edens “Bob” is a medical malpractice lawyer with over 20 years of experience representing clients who have been injured or killed by the careless or negligent acts of hospitals, doctors, nurses, dentists, chiropractors, and pediatricians. When medical carelessness causes a patient to needlessly suffer a significant injury or death, the healthcare provider’s acts can constitute the basis for a medical malpractice lawsuit. If you or someone you love has been injured by the negligence of a healthcare provider call the Law Offices of Robert T. Edens today.
The Law Offices of Robert T. Edens Handles a Variety of Medical Malpractice Lawsuits in Lake County.
We handle a variety of medical malpractice claims for clients injured or killed by healthcare providers, including those arising out of:
For over 20 years, Bob and his staff of litigators have successfully fought for the rights of victims of medical malpractice and negligence in Lake County, Illinois. The years of experience have given Bob and his staff the ability to handle the most complex cases of medical malpractice. This experience has also enabled Bob and his staff to quickly consult with clients with potential medical malpractice cases to answer their questions and explain their options.
Since 1991, Bob and his staff have been representing medical malpractice clients. Bob and his staff of litigators have won MILLIONS of dollars in damages for their clients. This outstanding record of success has earned Bob and his staff the respect of the insurance companies who know that Bob will fight for his clients to get them the compensation that they deserve.
Medical malpractice claims face a strict statute of limitations for the filing of a lawsuit in Illinois. Therefore, it is extremely important that you consult with an attorney as soon as possible to protect you and your loved one’s rights.
Contact us through our online form or call us toll-free at 855-760-6746 or 847-395-2200. Or, if you would like, connect live with our live chat operators 24/7 and Bob will call you back right away. We guarantee that you will never pay us a fee unless we successfully resolve your case and all consultations are FREE. Therefore, there is no risk in calling to discuss your case today.
Each year nearly 100,000 people die as a result of careless acts of medical providers. When a medical provider is found to be negligent they can be held legally responsible for a wide variety of damages depending on the facts of your case. Some of these include: (1) Past medical expenses to cure the injuries; (2) Any and all future medical bills and care expenses necessary to treat and care for your injuries; (3) Past and future lost wages; (4) Permanency damages; (5) Pain and suffering; and, (6) Wrongful death as well as others.
The damages caused by a medical provider’s carelessness can be severe and affect every aspect of your activities of daily living. Bob and his staff are dedicated to providing you with superior personalized legal help. We are not a large firm that will put your case on a shelf. We only take on the cases we believe we can win and which deserve our personal attention. We understand that you need to pay medical bills and get immediate medical care. Bob and his staff will go beyond the ordinary attorney-client relationship and will help you with your billing issues and your need to find proper medical care. Bob and his staff will work with the insurance company and others involved in your case to make sure all your needs are handled quickly and appropriately.
Medical malpractice lawsuits are designed to put an injured person back in the position he or she would have been if they were not the victim of the carelessness in the first place. In some cases, punitive damages may be given in medical malpractice lawsuits to punish the wrongdoer and prevent any future harm from being done to others. Medical malpractice lawsuits send a message to healthcare providers. It lets them know that careless medical treatment will not be tolerated in our state. These claims motivate healthcare providers to deliver better care to patients and to avoid future carelessness.