Connecticut Surgical Errors Attorneys
Lawyers Fighting For The Victims Of Surgeon Malpractice
In every surgery, whether complex or routine, the patient depends upon the surgeon, the anesthesiologist, nurses and other professionals to perform their duties to receive the appropriate level of care. These professionals must act in concert in order to give the patient the best chance of success. Unfortunately, when surgeons or other professionals fail in these duties, the patient can be left with severe injuries. In the worst cases, death can be the result.
If you or a loved one has been injured or died as a result of medical malpractice, you need a law firm that is fully dedicated to recovering your full measure of damages. The lawyers of Moore, O'Brien & Foti have helped people across Connecticut injured by surgical malpractice.
Every surgery involves a degree of risk, and a bad result in surgery is not necessarily evidence of malpractice. On the other hand, some types of injuries are often evidence of surgical negligence. The perforation of an internal organ, such as the gallbladder, or a post-surgical infection is usually negligence. In other cases, such as when foreign objects like sponges are left inside the body or when the wrong surgery is performed, the negligence is obvious.
Whatever the circumstances, our attorneys will fully investigate the causes of your injuries in order to demonstrate how surgical negligence led to your injuries or death of a loved one. We will then demand compensation for your medical expenses, including future expenses, to correct the original surgical error. We will also seek compensation for your lost income and pain and suffering.
Contact Our Connecticut Surgical Errors Lawyers
If you or a loved one has been injured due to surgical negligence, call 203-651-7096 or email our law firm. Moore, O'Brien & Foti is located in Middlebury and serves clients throughout Connecticut. If we accept your claim, we will advance all costs associated with litigation and will represent you on a contingency basis.