There is very little room for error in anesthetics. When an anesthesiologist makes a medical mistake and a patient suffers, it is important to take prompt legal action to determine liability. While some injuries cannot be avoided, it is important to determine if the anesthesiologist was negligent in some way.
Suffolk County Medical Malpractice Attorney
At the law firm of Barry D. Lang, M.D. & Associates, our staff includes lawyers and also doctors and nurses. We understand the complex medical and legal issues that overlap in these cases. Contact a Suffolk County medical malpractice attorney to schedule a free consultation where we can discuss your legal options
- Spinal anesthesia may cause paralysis if given negligently.
- A patient may suffer dangerous and life-threatening reactions to anesthesia.
- General anesthesia may cause injury from a variety of causes, such as overdose and lack of oxygen.
- Anesthetics given during labor and delivery may cause injury or death to mother or newborn.
Failure to monitor a patient while anesthesia is in effect can result in a positional injury - an injury caused when pressure is placed on an area of the body for a prolonged period of time, or when nerves have been stretched and/or compressed.
Most people don't know what to expect from anesthetics and don't know that their problem may be related to anesthesia. It takes trained professionals to discover why a patient reacted a certain way to anesthesia. Our firm will take steps to determine if a doctor or anesthesiologist was negligent in the administering of anesthesia or monitoring of the patient. Then, we will guide you in taking appropriate legal action to seek compensation for a wide range of damages.
Contact an Anesthesia Negligence Lawyer
If you or a loved one are suffering from the effects of an anesthesia error, contact Boston Anesthesiologist Negligence Lawyer or call 617-720-0176 or toll free 800-LAWYERS. The consultation is free; the representation invaluable. In most cases, we can determine on the spot if you or a loved one has experienced medical malpractice.