NY Medical Malpractice Law Firm
Surgeons are known for their steady hands and delicate touch. Of course, there is no guarantee that your surgeon will live up to that expectation. Surgeons use scalpels, lasers and scissors to cut flesh and operate on unhealthy organs. They often rely on retractors and other tools to minimize the chance of cutting another organ. Unfortunately, surgeons too often puncture, perforate or cut organs, nerves or other tissues during surgery. When certain organs such as the bowels, intestines, stomach or other internal organs are cut, harmful materials can leak into the body cavity, threatening the health of the patient. When an organ is punctured or perforated, it is important that the surgical team immediately recognize the error and take appropriate measures to limit the damage.
The results can be nightmarish, and even fatal. If you were injured due to a surgical error, or if you lost a loved one due to organ puncture or perforation, a skilled attorney can help you recover financial compensation for your injuries or losses. Your expenses may include additional surgeries and medical procedures, lost income and other damages. The New York City law firm of Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff LLP serves individuals across the area in surgical malpractice claims. We have the knowledge, experience and resources to prepare a strong case for those injured by the negligence of a surgeon.
After a surgical mistake, your surgeon and his or her lawyers may claim that the error was unfortunate, but simply one of the risks inherent in any surgery. Our organ puncture malpractice lawyers in New York City will thoroughly investigate the causes of the error and your injuries to show that your injuries were the result of negligence. We work with established medical professionals, and we will build a powerful case designed to help you recover the money you need to move past this difficult time.
The sooner you contact our law firm, the sooner we can begin our investigation, and the sooner you can achieve justice for you. E-mail or call us at 1-866-516-5887 to schedule your free, confidential consultation.