I would limit myself to attorneys in Illinois. You may want google such attorneys and have a consultation. Each state has its own statute of limitations wherein you can bring a medical malpractice lawsuit.Ask a similar question
You would want to search Avvo's "find a lawyer" for a med mal lawyer immediately to discuss all your issues.
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The elapsing of time is your enemy. Act now and contact a personal injury attorney. Usually the statute of limitations for bringing a medical malpractice claim is shorter than for other types of torts.
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