Surgical Error

Posted on: March 2nd, 2018 by: Sherry Pruitt  Categories:

Amory Hospital Malpractice Attorney

There is a risk involved in every surgery that no one can control. However, when doctors, nurses or other medical professionals fail to follow accepted standards, the risk of harm increases dramatically.

Success in Complex Cases

If you were injured or a member of your family died due to a surgical error, you should speak to a lawyer about your legal rights. You may be able to obtain financial compensation for your losses. Contact the medical malpractice attorneys of Moffett Law Firm, P.L.L.C., in Tupelo and Amory, Mississippi for effective legal representation. We have a record of success in complex cases involving surgical errors.

We represent clients who were harmed by a wide range of surgical errors, including:

  • Wrong procedure
  • Operating on the wrong body part
  • Instruments or sponges left in the body
  • Anesthesia errors
  • Failure to monitor
  • Perforation of organs
  • Arthroscopic surgery errors
  • Bariatric surgery errors
  • Orthopedic surgery errors

We will determine whether your damages were caused by a surgeon’s mistake, a nursing error, or hospital malpractice, such as failure to have proper policies in place to protect patient safety.

Compensating Victims, Protecting Patients

Not every bad outcome is caused by medical malpractice. When surgical errors do cause serious harm, it is important take legal action to compensate the victim and to help protect other members of the community. Large verdicts and settlements can encourage more responsible behavior by medical professionals and the hospitals where they work.

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Moffett Law Firm, P.L.L.C., represents clients in Mississippi and Alabama, including residents of Tupelo, Booneville, Corinth, New Albany, Pontotoc, Oxford, Amory, Aberdeen, West Point, Columbus, Fulton, Ripley, Holly Springs and Southaven, MS, and Hamilton, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Florence, Muscle Shoals and Vernon, AL.