Worcester Minimally Invasive Surgery Injury Attorneys
When given the choice, most people facing surgery would choose a minimally-invasive procedure over one that is more invasive and requires extensive healing time. Laparoscopic surgery - also known as minimally invasive surgery - generally requires shorter healing time, is less painful, and allows patients to return to their daily routine quicker than other types of surgery.
However, minimally invasive surgery does come with its risks. If you have experienced an injury during the laparoscopic procedure, discuss your situation with an attorney who is also a doctor. Contact the law firm of Barry D. Lang, M.D. & Associates, to schedule a free consultation with a Boston surgical malpractice lawyer.
Our firm represents individuals who have been injured due to laparoscopic complications. Specific injuries may include:
- Trocar injuries
- Vascular and bowel injuries
- Retention of stones
- Bile duct injuries
- Bile leaks
- Laparoscopic hysterectomy complications
- Laparoscopic oophorectomy complications
- Other injuries associated with minimally invasive surgeries
A laparoscopic cholecystectomy is the surgical procedure used to remove the gallbladder. If you were injured during this otherwise straightforward surgery, we can explain your legal options for recovering compensation.
Do I Have a Case?
In a medical malpractice case, it can be difficult to determine if an injury is caused by negligence, or if it was an unavoidable occurrence. Attorneys at our firm are also physicians. We can help you determine if your surgical injury was caused by physician negligence or another factor. If your case was caused by medical malpractice, we will guide you in taking appropriate legal action.
Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation with a Boston surgical malpractice lawyer. 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.