If you have been injured, or if your loved one has been killed by the negligence of others, then the personal injury and wrongful death attorneys of McArdle Frost are the top choice to pursue justice, and to achieve fair and just compensation for your loss.
McArdle Frost is a top Chicago personal injury law firm deeply focused on representing individuals who suffered catastrophic injuries or death as a result of the wrongful conduct of others. Each of our clients receive dedicated personal attention from our experienced and record-setting trial attorneys.
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$5,000,000 for failure to follow up on an abnormal pap smear. Staff failed to inform the patient of her irregular test results or investigate the health of her cervix further.
$4,800,000 on behalf of child who sustained brain damage as a result of a car accident.
$1,250,000 for a teenager who lost sight in one eye as a result of failure to properly diagnose and treat an eye injury caused by a fellow student throwing a pen during new student orientation day.
Date: July 14, 2017
That our nation is in the grips of an opioid epidemic is beyond dispute. According to the U.S. Department of ... Read more about Opioid Epidemic: Exploring the Facts »
Date: October 1, 2015
A “never event” refers to a serious adverse medical event that takes place in a hospital which, as the name ... Read more about Medical Malpractice: Troubling Case of “Never Events” »
Date: June 21, 2013
Bike Collision Personal Injury Settlement Verdict in Favor of the Plaintiff We recently obtained a $1,455,00.00 jury verdict for a ... Read more about Chicago Bike Collision Spinal Cord Injury Jury Verdict »
Date: May 24, 2013
Late or Misdiagnosis of Breast Cancer is Often Due to Medical Mistakes 480,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer ... Read more about Was the Late or Misdiagnosis of Breast Cancer Preventable? »