A former resident of a Palos Heights nursing facility is seeking damages over the alleged care she received there.
An estate administrator alleges that a medical center failed to timely diagnose her sister's medical condition, leading to her sister's death.
A North Carolina woman is seeking damages from a Chicago-based distributor for a French company over allegations a surgical mesh caused her injuries.
An estate administrator alleges a male relative developed multiple pressure ulcers while under the care of two nursing facilities.
A Chicago resident alleges she was injured because a pharmacy improperly filled her prescriptions.
A Texas man alleges he was injured by a prescription drug used to treat gout.
A patient of a Cook County facility alleges he suffered respiratory failure and other issues because of a failure to timely remove his appendix.
A woman alleges a dentist failed to properly perform a root canal.
Estate executor alleges Warren Barr Living & Rehab Center failed to prevent resident's pressure sores
A long-term care facility is alleged to have failed to prevent a former resident's development of pressure sores.
A mother has filed a wrongful death suit against a physician and medical office after her daughter was stillborn.
A Homewood facility is alleged to have failed to have safety devices and guards in place to prevent a resident from falling.
A special administrator alleges a woman's lung cancer was not properly diagnosed or treated, leading to her death.
A plenary guardian alleges a long-term nursing care facility in Chicago failed to prevent a resident from falling.
An estate administrator alleges a Chicago skilled nursing facility failed to adequately treat a resident's skin breakdown
An independent administrator alleges a care facility in Norridge failed to provide proper nursing care to a relative, who died.
A patient alleges a dermatological office and his physicians allegedly failed to recognize he had exposed cranial bone for more than a year after a procedure for skin cancer.
NorthShore Evanston Hospital alleged to have failed to diagnose deceased patient's surgery complication
An Evanston medical facility is facing a suit from a widow who alleges it failed to diagnose a surgery complication that led to her husband's death.
A widow has filed a suit against Advocate Sherman Hospital over her husband's death.
Leonard Underwood, estate administrator for his late wife, Sheila Moore-Underwood, filed a complaint on Sept. 7 in Cook County Circuit Court, against physicians Conner M. O'Keefe and Arijit Dasgupta, Mercy Hospital and Medical Center, and medical practice Chicago Heart and Vascular Consultants.
Deborah Swan is suing a physician and a medical practice, alleging that her husband's brain surgery left him mentally disabled.