Surgical Errors Can Be Traced Back To Failure To Monitor
The weeks, days and hours leading up to surgery can be nerve wracking for any patient. Most patients remind themselves that surgeons are highly trained and educated medical professionals who will follow the standard of care before, during and after surgery. Additionally, most patients also know that there is a medical team in the operating room assisting the surgeon and keeping a watchful eye on the patient.
As a patient or as the family member of a patient who was injured during surgery due to being improperly monitored, it is very natural to feel confusion and anger. With so much knowledge and so many people in the room, how did this mistake ever happen? At Breslin & Breslin, P.A., serving Bergen County, we work with highly qualified medical experts to get to the bottom of this and find you an answer. If you were injured or if a loved one died due to failure to properly monitor during surgery, call us at 201-546-5881 to arrange a free consultation.
We Uncover The Facts To Secure A Successful Resolution For You
Our medical malpractice lawyers consult with top medical experts to uncover the facts and understand what exactly occurred in the operating room. We obtain detailed analysis to determine if:
- Your medical team failed to follow the standard of care during your surgery
- Your medical condition resulted from a medical error
- Your loved one’s death result from a medical error
In addition to partnering with medical professionals, we have an attorney who is a nurse on our team. She plays an integral role in helping us make the medical-legal connections that are so necessary to advancing your case.
Our law firm has been in practice for more than 80 continuous years, and we have obtained many successful verdicts and settlements on behalf of our injured clients, including those injured due to surgical errors. We have experience handling many types of situations where a surgeon, physician or other medical staff failed to properly monitor a patient during surgery, including the following:
- Failing to properly monitor the administration of anesthesia
- Failing to confirm that oxygen is reaching the brain during anesthesia
- Failing to recognize when the patient is in distress
- Failing to monitor the patient’s recovery
- Failing to diagnose internal bleeding, blood clots, infections, respiratory issues or heart problems post-op and during recovery
We hold negligent medical professionals accountable for their actions pre-surgery, during surgery and post-surgery. While many cases can be settled, we never hesitate to go to court on behalf of our clients. With extensive trial experience, we have obtained six- and seven-figure recoveries in many types of complex medical malpractice claims.
Contact Us For A Free Initial Consultation To Discuss Your Rights And Options
Our Bergen County, New Jersey, law firm is ready to help you and your family address this serious legal problem and obtain justice. To schedule your free initial confidential consultation, call us locally at 201-546-5881 or toll free at 866-986-2056 or send us an email.
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