“Yes, trial experience and skill is important, but equally important
is the personal relationships we build with our clients, as we work toward
a successful outcome for every case.”
- Senior Partner, Lynn Johnson
An Administrative Error Can Cause a Serious Injury.
Emergency rooms and hospitals are strictly regulated to ensure that files and medical records are kept under control and confidential at all times. When a doctor makes a mistake because of reading the wrong chart or other administrative error, it can result in a serious health problem for the patient.
No Attorney Fees Unless We Help You Recover Money
Hospital negligence lawsuits for administration errors are complex and require experience. Shamberg, Johnson & Bergman has been one of the Kansas City region’s prominent personal injury law firms and has a proud history of helping clients seek full recovery of money damages.
We represent clients in hospital administrative error or negligence cases, including:
- Administering the wrong medications, harmful medications
- Unsanitary conditions, infections
- Moved out of intensive care too soon
- Malnutrition and dehydration
- Injuries occurring during diagnostic tests
- Emergency room errors
- Birth injuries, delivery room errors
- Brain injuries from anesthesia errors
- Breach of confidentiality
A Note About Our Attorneys and Staff
For 60 years, we’ve been earning our reputation for excellence throughout the legal community in the Kansas City region. We are proud to be members of the community and work with various civic groups and organizations to improve the lives of our friends and neighbors.
You will find our staff understanding and compassionate about your family’s needs throughout your medical malpractice We know that a serious personal injury or wrongful death has an impact that nobody can ever truly understand unless they go through it themselves.
Contact our medical malpractice and hospital error lawyers to learn more about our record of success. Our experienced trial attorneys represent clients in cases throughout Missouri, Kansas and the Midwest.