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Moving forward after a surgical error

| Aug 25, 2014 | Surgical Errors

From financial problems to debilitating injuries and loss of life, surgical errors create hardships for people in New York and across the country. If you or one of your family members have been impacted by a surgeon’s error, you should closely review the details of what happened and identify the best path forward.

When someone undergoes a surgical operation, a number of problems can arise if they do not receive the care they deserve. Whether a doctor fails to protect a patient from infection or does not install a prosthesis correctly, these errors sometimes claim lives and must be addressed right away.

If you are going through this firsthand, there are many things you should take into consideration. For example, some people sign surgical consent forms prior to an operation and assume that they cannot file suit against the physician or medical center. However, it is important to remember that these forms do not always protect surgeons and hospitals from medical malpractice lawsuits.

Furthermore, while errors often occur during surgery, you could have suffered as a result of a mistake your doctor made before or after an operation. For example, if your operation was postponed or a physician did not even realize you needed surgery, you may have endured unnecessary agony that should have been avoided. Regardless of when the error occurred, it is imperative for you to hold the physician accountable.

At Futterman, Sirotkin & Seinfeld LLP, our law firm understands how difficult dealing with a surgical error can be and strives to help people in this position recover. Some people are intimidated by the thought of filing a lawsuit, but if a surgical error has turned your life upside down, you should explore all of your options and may want to talk with an attorney. To find out more about this issue, feel free to take a look at the surgical errors section of our site.

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