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Hire A Seasoned Lawyer After Suffering From A Surgical Error

When surgeons, nurses and other staff members do not provide the appropriate professional level of care during surgery, their patients can suffer serious injuries. If you have been injured during surgery, you may have a medical malpractice claim against the responsible parties.

Surgical Errors Happen At Military Hospitals As Well

As veterans of the Navy, the attorneys at Cronin & Maxwell understand he challenges faced by the families of military members wishing to file a medical malpractice claim against the military. Strict regulations govern the filing of claims against military hospitals. We have experience with the Federal Tort Claims Act and the Military Claims Act, and we can help you. If you have suffered an injury due to surgical error at a military hospital anywhere in the world, contact our office in Jacksonville, Florida, for a free initial consultation.

Surgical Errors Can Take Many Forms

At the law firm of Cronin & Maxwell, PL, our Jacksonville surgical error attorneys help malpractice victims pursue maximum compensation. We have the experience to assist clients with all types of surgical injuries, including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Common bile duct injuries: Laparoscopic gall bladder surgery has become one of the most common surgical procedures performed in the United States. Unfortunately, when this surgery is performed negligently, the common bile duct can be damaged, causing serious and potentially fatal complications, including infection and liver damage.
  • Severe surgical bleeding: Surgeons and their staff members have a responsibility to limit bleeding during surgery. Severe bleeding can prove fatal, and even if the patient survives, the measures taken to control the bleeding can result in additional complications.
  • Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS): When a nerve is damaged during surgery, the patient can develop CRPS, formerly known as reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) and causalgia. This disorder can result in severe pain and swelling, requiring intensive medical treatment. If this treatment is not successful, CRPS can cause permanent disability.

Every surgery carries certain risks. It is up to the medical profession — not individual doctors — to decide which risks are acceptable and which must be disclosed to patients. Our attorneys are experienced at evaluating surgical error claims to determine whether malpractice occurred.

Contact Our Surgical Malpractice Attorneys At 904-302-6414

If you have been seriously injured or you have lost a loved one during surgery, our experienced medical malpractice lawyers can help you pursue the compensation you legally deserve. To discuss your case, please contact us today at 904-302-6414 or by email.