Baltimore Anesthesia Error Attorney
Anesthesiology is a complicated medical science; even the smallest mistake can result in a severe, potentially fatal injury. If you have been injured due to an anesthesia error, Brown & Barron is here to help hold the liable party accountable.
Our attorneys are proud to bring the following to the table:
- More than 137 years of collective experience
- Millions of dollars recovered for our clients
- Tailored, client-focused counsel and representation
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- Appellate attorneys prepared to challenge unfair judgments
When it comes to justice, we won’t back down. We will do everything in our power to recover your full and fair compensation.
Get in touch with a anesthesia errors lawyer serving Baltimore, (410) 698-1717 for a free case evaluation.
What Is an Anesthesia Error?
Common examples of anesthesia errors include:
- Delaying the delivery of anesthesia
- Administering too much or too little anesthesia
- Administering the wrong type of anesthesia
- Administering anesthesia using defective medical equipment
- Failing to monitor the patient while under anesthesia
- Failing to promptly address anesthesia complications
- Failing to consider a patient’s risk factors, such as a history of anesthesia complications
If you suspect that your injury is rooted in an anesthesia error, our experienced trial lawyers want to speak with you. We can launch a full investigation into your case to uncover any instances of negligence.
Compensation for an Anesthesia Error Lawsuit
After an anesthesia error, you could face significant physical, emotional, and financial challenges. If your personal injury lawsuit is successful, you could obtain a monetary award that allows you to address these challenges. While money cannot undo the harm you have suffered, it does have the potential to cover these damages and help you adjust to the changes in your life your injury brings.
You might face significant medical bills following an anesthesia error. If the mistake prevented you from receiving your originally scheduled treatment, you might now require multiple medical procedures. Your personal injury case could provide you with compensation for the cost of this medical care.
If you cannot work due to the injuries you suffered from an anesthesia error, you might miss out on your primary source of income. Weeks or months of missed paychecks could quickly turn your budget upside down. A successful personal injury case could allow you to recover your lost wages, salary, tips, retirement contributions, and more.
Pain and Suffering
Any physical pain and emotional anguish that results from an anesthesia error could also lead to a monetary award. However, there is no easy way to measure pain objectively because it can differ drastically from one person to another. To establish the value of your pain and suffering, our firm could review how it has affected your quality of life. These damages can vary, although they often scale with the cost of your medical care.
Diminished Future Earnings
Dealing with a medical injury following an anesthesia error can affect your financial situation in ways other than causing you to lose wages. If your injuries result in permanent disabilities, you might be unable to perform the same type of work you held prior to your injuries. This inability to work at your previous job could reduce your long-term earning potential. Your lawsuit could recover damages based on your future lost earnings.
Who Is Responsible for an Anesthesia Error?
It could take a thorough investigation to determine who is responsible for an anesthesia error. Ultimately, the doctor overseeing your care is responsible for ensuring they use anesthesia safely and appropriately. However, other parties could also bear responsibility for these errors.
In some cases, the nurses involved could make a mistake that leads to your injury. Hospital administrators could also share some of the fault, such as when the hospital makes a mistake regarding recordkeeping or supply issues.
Our medical malpractice lawyers can review medical records to determine liability, then file an insurance claim or lawsuit before the statutory deadline passes.
Contact Brown & Barron online today to schedule a free case review with a anesthesia errors lawyer serving Baltimore.
When Times Get Tough, We’re Here for You
Legal action may seem insurmountable when you are still recovering from what happened, but a successful lawsuit can help you along the path to recovery. With the help of a skilled lawyer, you may be compensated for the financial and emotional/mental losses related to the anesthesia error. Often, we are able to recover compensation for our clients’ medical expenses, pain and suffering, and more.
If you are ready to pursue justice following your anesthesia error, Brown & Barron is here to help. Our firm is prepared to seek the compensation you deserve while removing the stress of a personal injury case from your shoulders.
Call today for a free consultation with a Baltimore anesthesia error attorney.
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