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Dallas Surgical Negligence:

A surgical error can be directly responsible for causing a patient’s death or other serious complications. Surgical errors such as performing the wrong surgical procedure, performing the surgical procedure incorrectly, operating on the wrong body part, and leaving surgical instruments and sponges are examples of surgical errors resulting in medical malpractice. Other surgical errors include failing to obtain inform consent and anesthesia deaths.

Medical malpractice can involve negligence of staff other than doctors

Recent studies have found that about half of all patients that experienced adverse events from their hospital stay had been surgical patients. It is not uncommon for a surgical error to occur. There are any number of providers who may be negligent; from the anesthesiologist, to the surgeon, to any of the operating room staff and even including those who follow up after the surgery.

Our Dallas Medical Malpractice Lawyer can explain all your legal options

Surgical errors may include the leaving of a surgical instrument in the patient, operating on or removing the wrong body part, omission of proper antibiotics which can lead to an infection, or bleeding or hemorrhaging following surgery that goes unnoticed or untreated.

The following is a list of some types of surgical errors:

The attorneys at the medical malpractice Law Firm have successfully litigated many cases involving surgical negligence. If you need a medical malpractice attorney in Dallas, Texas call an attorney at the medical malpractice Law Firm.



Practice Areas: Medical Malpractice, Hospital Mistakes, Hospital Negligence, Surgical Injuries, Cancer Misdiagnosis, Birth Injuries, Medication Errors, Wrongful Death, Improper Medication, Emergency Room Negligence, Failure to Diagnose, Traumatic Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury, Nursing Home Abuse/Neglect, Sports Injury, Construction Accidents, Anesthesia Malpractice, Schools and Kids Malpractice




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