Skilled Lawyers Handling Surgery Error Cases
Surgical errors impact people’s lives every day, but most patients and families have difficulty determining whether an unsuccessful operation was the result of surgical error or simply due to the inherent risk posed by surgery.
A study by the Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) reported that one out of every 10 patient deaths within 90 days of surgery was the result of a preventable error.
If you or a family member suffered a severe injury during the course of surgery or due to a doctor’s error, the Albuquerque, New Mexico, surgical malpractice lawyers at The Harvey & Foote Law Firm, LLC can help determine if you deserve to be compensated through a medical malpractice lawsuit.
Las Cruces Operation Errors Lawyer
Examples of surgical malpractice include:
- Performing the wrong procedure or operating on the wrong body part
- Failing to take proper precautions to protect nearby organs, nerves, blood vessels and tissues from unintended damage
- Negligence that causes an operating room fire that injures the patient
- Leaving an instrument, medical supply or device in the patient
- Anesthesiology errors that can result in severe pain and permanent injuries
We have a strong record of success negotiating substantial malpractice settlements, as well as litigating court-awarded financial damages on behalf of injured patients and family members of surgeon malpractice victims.
We work with clients throughout New Mexico. We put each case through a rigorous vetting process in order to improve the likelihood that the ones we take will prevail. Our firm’s selectivity also ensures that we can provide the high level of service that you deserve.
If you or a family member suffered a severe injury as the result of a surgical error, our Albuquerque surgery error attorneys can review the facts of your case and recommend the best steps to take next. We accept cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you will not pay attorney’s fees unless the firm obtains a recovery for you.