Any surgery poses a number of dangers that could lead to serious health problems. Some risks are unavoidable. Still, you shouldn’t have to worry about extra risks caused by a surgeon committing bad surgery when he doesn’t follow the medical standard of care. This behavior can result in a botched surgery which can cause serious injuries to you or a family member. When a surgeon acts negligently and makes a mistake, he should be held responsible in order to protect future patients from the same kind of medical malpractice in the future.
If you have suffered serious health complications following a botched surgery, it is important to know that you have legal options available. You shouldn’t be stuck with extra medical bills, lost wages and uncompensated pain and suffering due to medical malpractice. To discuss your case and potential financial compensation to pay for your damages, contact the Pennsylvania botched surgery lawyers of Lowenthal & Abrams, at 888-979-7298 today.
Consequences of Botched Surgery
If a procedure is handled badly, the result can be a number of serious health complications. At Lowenthal & Abrams, we are dedicated to helping those who have suffered from botched surgeries, and we will fight to secure the full compensation you deserve for improperly handled surgical procedures. These kind of bad surgeries can result in:
- Pain and suffering
- Disfigurement and scarring
- Additional surgeries to repair the first botched surgery
The additional surgeries can result in expensive medical bills and lost time at work. You should not have to pay these expenses on your own—the irresponsible doctor who botched the first surgery may be liable for covering these costs.
What is Standard of Care?
The medical standard of care is the level of care that doctors, surgeons, hospitals and all other medical professionals and facilities are expected to provide to their patients. The standard of care is the same across the entire United States. This means that a surgeon in Philadelphia is required to provide the same care that a surgeon in New York is supposed to provide. When another doctor is willing to testify that the first one violated this standard, and in addition, is willing to state that this violation is the direct cause of the serious harm you suffered, this forms the basis of a medical malpractice claim. When you contact Lowenthal & Abrams’ malpractice lawyers to discuss your case, we will work to establish whether a medical expert is willing to testify on your behalf.
At Lowenthal & Abrams, we are committed to helping you get financial compensation after a botched surgery. You need to be able to focus on your well-being and recovery. Not your bills. To learn more about holding a negligent surgeon responsible for his or her mistakes, contact our knowledgeable Pennsylvania bad surgery attorneys today at 888-979-7298 and schedule your free consultation. There is no fee unless you are compensated.