Loyola University Health System, others accused of not preventing stroke

By Louie Torres | Jul 27, 2017

A married couple is suing Loyola University Health System, Veins Without Surgery P.C. and doctors Michael Gill and Narendra Garg for alleged insufficient measures taken to prevent injuries and negligence.

CHICAGO — A married couple is suing Loyola University Health System, Veins Without Surgery P.C. and doctors Michael Gill and Narendra Garg for alleged insufficient measures taken to prevent injuries and negligence.

Timothy and Anne Vanmaldegiam filed a complaint on June 27 in Cook County Circuit Court, alleging the defendants failed to provide Timothy Vanmaldegiam with proper medical care.

According to the complaint, the plaintiffs allege Vanmaldegiam suffered a stroke. The plaintiffs hold the defendants responsible because the defendants allegedly failed to diagnose and treat Vanmaldegiam's condition despite the patient allegedly reporting symptoms such as dizziness and shortness of breath.

The plaintiffs seek judgment against the defendants in an amount sufficient to compensate the plaintiffs for their damages. They are represented by Paul D. Richter and Caitlin K. Finnegan of Kralovec, Jambois & Schwartz in Chicago.

Cook County Circuit Court case number 2017-L-006495

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