When you undergo surgery, you trust that the operating surgeon and staff members to take care of you. A bond of trust is established that while you are under anesthesia, your doctor will adhere to the basic standards of quality care and competence. When a doctor falls short of this standard and makes a mistake, the results can be devastating.
If you have suffered serious injuries during surgery, contact a Columbia, MO surgical error lawyer at Kempton & Russell. We have hands-on experience and a thorough knowledge of medical malpractice law. Our attorneys utilize a vast network of medical specialists to provide added support and medical authority to each claim.
Surgical errors can happen regardless of how complex an operation is or where the surgical site is. The operating room can present many risks to patients, including sharp instruments, potential for infection, and many other factors. It is critical that surgeons and staff exercise great care and precision before, during, and after the operation.
Some common surgical errors include:
We take pride in our ability to dedicate personalized attention and resources to each client's case. Our attorneys become familiar with our client's stories and the struggles that they face. Each case strategy will be tailored to the unique circumstances of each client's situation in order to maximize the desired outcome. Throughout your claim, the same attorney will provide hands-on guidance from start to finish. We never pass cases off to less experienced professionals.
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