Has Your Surgeon Made Surgical Errors?
Surgical errors are more common than you think. For millions of surgical patients, misplaced or forgotten sutures, contaminated equipment, inappropriate surgical technique and other issues can needlessly cause serious lifelong consequences.
At Massa Butler Giglione, our lawyers and staff are highly experienced in spotting surgical errors. We are passionate about your rights and will tirelessly advocate to hold those responsible for surgical errors accountable. If you believe that you or a loved one is suffering from a surgical error, talk with us to find out if your case may be eligible for money compensation.
How Do Surgical Errors Happen?
A recent Johns Hopkins study found that medical errors are the third leading cause of death in America. In many hospitals where surgeries are performed, critical safety procedures may be missing or lax. This leads to unsafe conditions, which increase the risk of errors causing serious and lifelong consequences. Some unsafe conditions that can lead to surgical errors are:
- Unsafe scheduling leading to overtired doctors and nurses
- Substandard pre- and post-operative care
- Unsafe infection prevention procedures
- Poor surgical technique
- Uninformed or unnecessary surgery
In the more drastic cases, a surgeon may leave a surgical instrument inside the body or cause unnecessary lacerations to body parts. If you believe that you or a loved one is suffering from a surgical error, talk with us to find out if your case may be eligible for money compensation.
Get Money Compensation For Your Injury
A surgical error injury can mean years and thousands of dollars lost to recovery and ongoing medical conditions. If you believe that you or a loved one is suffering from a surgical error injury, talk with us to find out if your claim may be eligible for money compensation. Money compensation for your injury can mean compensation for lost wages or needed medical care and reparative surgery, or compensation for the loss of a loved one. Ask us how we can help by calling us at 412-338-1800.