Surgical Error

Was an Error Made During Your Surgery?

Surgical Error Lawyers in Orlando

When undergoing surgery, we expect the surgeon and all medical staff present to perform the surgery with great expertise and care. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. According to American Medical News, surgery errors occur about 80 times a week in the U.S. A combination of bad communication, immense pressure, and long shifts can lead to serious errors in the operating room. If you or a loved one had surgery and realized an error was made, you need to take immediate action. Our Orlando medical malpractice lawyers at The Maher Law Firm can help you file a claim against the medical professional or hospital responsible for the surgical error.

Some examples of surgical errors include:

  • Operating on the wrong body part or organ
  • Leaving surgery instruments inside the patient
  • Anesthesia errors
  • Post-operative bleeding

Share the details of your surgery during an initial consultation. Call (855) 338-0720 for scheduling.

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