Medical Malpractice

Holding Doctors and Hospitals Accountable

Belleville Illinois Medical Malpractice Attorneys at Ripplinger & Zimmer L.L.C.

The cost of a surgical error or late diagnosis can mean the difference between life and death. At the Belleville, Illinois law office of Ripplinger & Zimmer L.L.C. our lawyers use medical experts and investigators to uncover facts and expose negligence and incompetence. We subpoena records, take depositions, and dig deep into protocols and procedures governing healthcare providers. With over 45 years of combined legal experience, our attorneys are intimately familiar with the tactics used by hospitals and doctors to hide wrongdoing and confuse the issues. We’ve seen it all before – and are prepared to make them pay for it.

Don’t wait too long to take action against a negligent healthcare provider. Records have a way of disappearing or changing and personnel can change. Gather your records and information and contact the law office of Ripplinger & Zimmer L.L.C. today. Representing clients throughout Missouri and Illinois, including St. Louis, Kansas City, Chicago, and Springfield, we offer free consultations and are willing to travel to meet with our clients.


What We Can Do for You

The Illinois medical malpractice attorneys at Ripplinger & Zimmer L.L.C. represent clients in the following matters:

  • Misdiagnosis
  • Surgical Errors
  • Medication Errors
  • Late Cancer Diagnosis
  • Child Birth Negligence
  • Harmful Drug Interactions
  • Radiological or Anesthesia Errors

Helping Clients Recover Financially

Medical malpractice can cause permanent disability, lost in quality of life, and lost wages. Our lawyers are prepared to fight insurers unwilling to pay what your medical bills and other expenses will cost you as a result of a healthcare provider’s negligence. If a settlement is offered and found satisfactory by our clients, we will negotiate its final terms.

If, however, an offer is rejected, we will aggressively litigate your case before a jury. Our ability to connect with juries and make them understand what its like living in your shoes is the last thing an insurer or health care provider is prepared to defend against. We explain the facts and make them pay.