Andrew Suszek

J.D. · DePaul University College of Law

Andrew T. Suszek, J.D., has practiced personal injury law (including medical malpractice) and business law. He has experience in all of the stages of a lawsuit: valuing, filing lawsuits, conducting oral and written discovery, drafting and arguing motions, trials, and appeals.

Andrew holds a law degree with a certificate in international and comparative law from DePaul University as well as a bachelor’s degree in political science, professional writing, and history from Saginaw Valley State University.

Andrew was a standout student at both schools. At DePaul, Andrew graduated with honors after excelling in several moot arbitration competitions. At SVSU, Andrew again graduated with honors after being elected student body president.

You can email Andrew at [email protected].

Articles By Andrew Suszek

When is a Property Owner Liable for a Trespasser's Injuries?
Contrary to popular belief, a property owner might be liable for a trespasser's injuries in certain circumstances.
Homeowner Liability for Trampoline Injuries
Homeowner can be on the legal hook when someone is injured on or around a trampoline.
Legal Claims for Breach of Doctor-Patient Confidentiality
If a doctor breaches the confidential relationship by disclosing protected information, the patient may have a legal claim against the doctor.
Can a Patient Get Punitive Damages for Medical Negligence?
Punitive damages - meant to punish the doctor, rather than compensate the patient - are rare in medical malpractice cases. Here's why.
Practicing Medicine Without a License: Criminal & Civil Liability
The unlicensed practice of medicine can land the medical provider in jail, and in the cross-hairs of a lawsuit if a patient is harmed.
Is It Negligent For a Doctor to Abandon a Patient?
When a patient is harmed by a doctor's cessation of treatment - commonly called "patient abandonment', or "medical abandonment" - a malpractice case may result.
Medical Malpractice: Misdiagnosis and Failure to Diagnose
Errors or omissions at the diagnostic stage are at the heart of a large portion of medical malpractice cases. Here's an introduction.
How Will You Pay a Medical Malpractice Lawyer?
Your medical malpractice lawyer will likely represent you under a contingency fee agreement. Here's what to expect.
Hospital Liability for MRSA and Other Staph Infections
The hospital may be liable in a medical malpractice lawsuit - if the patient can prove the hospital acted negligently and caused the infection.
Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Caused By Negligent Medical Care
Without proper care after surgery and other medical situations, DVT - a serious type of blood clot - can lead to serious complications.