Surgeons, nurses, and hospitals may try to convince you that an unexpected, unfavorable outcome was unavoidable. They won't mention your legal options. Their priorities are to convince you that these mistakes should just be accepted as a known risk of surgery and that they cannot be held responsible.
What Types of Surgical Errors Can You Sue For?
- Operation on the wrong side of the body
- Unnecessary operation
- Amputation of the wrong limb or digit
- Misread pathology, lab test or X-ray
- Surgical instruments or devices left in the body
- Anesthesia complications and monitoring failures
- Puncture or perforation of an organ
- Unnecessary tissue damage
- Perforation of arteries or injuries to blood vessels
- Severed bile duct
- Postsurgical injuries from an improperly monitored recovery or infection
- Foreign body cases
In many cases, medical professionals and hospitals can be held responsible for errors during surgery that cause adverse outcomes. At Alvin F. de Levie & Associates, our team has sued surgeons and hospitals throughout Pennsylvania for medical malpractice that takes place before surgery, during surgery and after surgery. I, attorney Alvin de Levie, have been helping victims and their families obtain legal justice and financial compensation for over 30 years.
We're Close By— Don't Delay Your Claim
With offices in Philadelphia, State College, Clearfield, Lock Haven and Bellefonte, I can meet with you at your convenience to discuss the unique factors of your injury claim. Every case is different, and I offer personalized legal services to each of my clients. We will handle your case from the ground up and personally guide you through the legal process, communicating with opposing parties, negotiating with insurance companies, collaborating with experts and advocating for your best possible outcome.
Call us to schedule a free initial consultation at 844-777-2529.
Delaying your claim can cause evidence to disappear and witnesses to forget facts and give wrongdoers time to cover their tracks and create excuses. Although the statute of limitations is two years from the date of injury, this time passes quickly. Our lawyers will need time to evaluate your claim and build a solid case for your maximum compensation.
What We Bring to the Table
We will independently investigate your claim, and we will collaborate with experts to determine exactly where medical professionals departed from a recognized standard of care.
The next step is uncovering evidence to prove that this departure was the cause of your serious, life-altering injury. This is typically a complicated process in the medical field that requires diligence and resources. We have what it takes, and we'll stop at nothing to secure the full and fair compensation that you deserve. But the sooner you consult me about your claim, the sooner we can get to work for you.
You Deserve Top-Tier Legal Representation
Please contact us online or call us at 844-777-2529 to schedule a free initial consultation with me as soon as possible. I look forward to speaking with you about your unique situation and full legal options.
Our firm handles all injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that we handle all upfront legal costs and get paid only if you secure a financial settlement or verdict.