Anesthesiologists and nurse anesthetists make mistakes, and they can be found responsible for errors during surgery, labor and delivery, and other levels of care in hospitals and clinics. Proper administration of anesthesia is critical for each patient's well-being, but mistakes are made just as mistakes are made in every human task.
While no medical professional can be expected to perform perfectly 100 percent of the time, victims do have the right to seek full and fair compensation. When recognized standards of care are not adhered to, our attorneys know how to prove departure from the standard as the cause of injury or death.
Anesthesia Errors for Which We Can Hold Anesthesiologists and Nurse Anesthetists Accountable
Serious complications such as heart attack, stroke, brain damage, lack of oxygen (asphyxia) and coma can result from anesthesia errors. Many of our clients need help seeking compensation for severely life-altering injuries and death in the family. Our lawyers are familiar with complex cases and challenging legal battles with hospitals and insurance companies.
Our team can take on cases involving:
- Failure to complete a proper preoperation evaluation
- Failure to properly monitor the patient during surgery or any other procedure
- Oversedation or allergic reaction to drugs
- Anesthesia awareness or waking up during surgery
- Nerve damage
- Brain damage
Over 30 Years of Representation Across Pennsylvania
I was born and raised in Centre County and have offices in Philadelphia, State College, Clearfield, Lock Haven and Bellefonte. We can meet to discuss the particulars of your case at your convenience.
I offer free initial consultations, and my firm handles all medical malpractice cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that we take on all upfront legal costs and get paid only if you get compensation.
Please contact us online or call us at 844-777-2529 to schedule a meeting. We have recovered millions on behalf of well-deserving individuals and families throughout the state. We can get you answers and results.