Surgical and Anesthesia Errors

Syracuse, New York, Lawyers Helping Malpractice Victims

At The Stanley Law Offices, with law offices throughout New York and Pennsylvania, we hold health care providers accountable for surgical and anesthesia errors. Our team of highly qualified attorneys has over 90 years of combined medical malpractice experience. We have the knowledge and skill it takes to get our clients full and fair compensation for their injuries.

Surgical Errors

Preventable surgical errors happen every day in America. When you or someone you love has been injured during surgery, it can sometimes be difficult to tell whether or not medical malpractice was the cause.

Talking with an attorney can help. At The Stanley Law Offices, we’ve handled hundreds of personal injury cases and can help you understand the important facts and laws that relate to your situation. From there, we can help you decide which actions to take.

Our attorneys can capably represent the victims of many different types of surgical errors:

  • Burns and tissue damage resulting from laparoscopic surgery
  • Surgery without informed consent
  • Perforated bowels
  • Severed nerves
  • Failure to prevent sepsis or infection during or just after surgery
  • Leaving foreign objects, like sponges and clamps, in the patient’s body
  • Performing the wrong operation
  • Errors during back surgery, resulting in permanent spinal cord damage

Anesthesia Errors

The Stanley Law Offices represents the victims of anesthesia errors resulting in permanent brain damage or death. While the use of anesthesia is usually safe, improper administration, monitoring and other anesthesia mistakes can have life-changing consequences.

Contact Us

If you or someone you love has been the victim or a surgical or anesthesia error, talking to a lawyer about your options is the best approach. To schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer at The Stanley Law Offices, contact us toll free at 800.608.3333 or 800.372.3760. Se habla español.

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