When You Have Been a Victim of Surgical Error: Get the Skilled Legal Help You Need to Recover Your Losses

In the medical world, surgical errors are called “never events”—events that are never supposed to happen.

But according to a Johns Hopkins University study, surgical errors happen more than 4,000 times a year in the US, and those are only the ones that get reported.*

Sometimes sponges or towels are left in the patient. Sometimes the wrong side of the body is operated on, the wrong operation is performed, or the operation is performed incorrectly.

Then you and your loved ones are left devastated, facing further injury or illness, increased medical expenses, lost income, and sometimes, death.

Dealing with the Shock of Surgical Malpractice

If you think a surgical error might have caused you serious injury or the death of a family member, you need an experienced medical malpractice attorney on your side now.

Our medical malpractice attorneys have helped clients in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and the surrounding states for decades. We handle a wide range of surgical error cases, including:

  • Surgery on the wrong body part
  • Clamps, sponges or towels left in the patient’s body
  • Nerve, duct or organ damage resulting from incorrect use of surgical instruments
  • Anesthesia errors
  • Failure to monitor vital signs during or after surgery
  • Surgical errors resulting in a birth injury

Put Your Medical Malpractice Claim in the Right Hands

Based in Philadelphia, our trial attorneys have a strong track record of winning compensation for our clients. We have the experience and skills needed to build a powerful medical malpractice or wrongful death case for you, supported by the medical opinion of respected surgeons.

Contact us now to learn how we can help with your surgical errors case. There is no risk or obligation. We charge you no legal fees unless we recover money damages for you. Call us today at 1-800-LAW-4030 for a free consultation with a skilled medical malpractice lawyer, and start feeling like you are back in control.

*http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/254426.php