Red Bank Anesthesia Error Attorneys
Your Ally When a Monmouth County NJ Anesthetist’s Error Affects Your Well-Being
Anesthesia is an important part of any surgical procedure. However, when it is improperly administered, it can affect your health significantly or even result in death. While many anesthesiologists perform their jobs correctly, the ones who don’t should be held accountable for their negligence.
At Drazin and Warshaw, P.C., we have extensive experience in handling New Jersey medical malpractice cases, including cases involving anesthesia and other surgical errors. This allows us to clearly explain to our opponents, the judge and the jury all of the mistakes and harm the negligent parties have caused. We have a substantial list of successful verdicts and settlements achieved by our firm.
The size of our law firm enables us to dedicate the required resources to your case to pursue a successful outcome. We take the time to establish a personal, long-lasting relationship with you and your family and get a genuine understanding of how your injuries have affected all of you.
Our reputation for only bringing legitimate claims against negligent parties makes our opponents take these claims very seriously. This can potentially aid our clients in pretrial negotiations. We are adamant that our clients are treated fairly and will take their cases to trial if a settlement for appropriate compensation cannot be reached.
Anesthesia Errors and Their Results
There are many errors that can be made while a patient is under anesthesia, resulting in brain damage, heart attack, stroke, allergic reactions, spinal cord injuries or death. These errors can include:
- Overdose of anesthesia
- Not enough anesthesia
- Incorrect form of anesthesia
- Failure to monitor the patient
- Intubation errors
- Anesthesia delivery errors
- Infiltration injuries (anesthesia being injected into the muscle rather than a vein)
If any of these things have happened to you or to a loved one, you need to talk to our Red Bank anesthesia error lawyers.
Our attorneys consult with medical experts to determine where the deviation from the standard of care occurred and its potential long-term effects on your life. They use this information to hold the negligent parties responsible for their actions.
A medical malpractice lawsuit can potentially benefit others, in addition to benefiting you. By forcing medical professionals and institutions to examine their medical procedures, training and other issues, future mistakes may be averted.
Contact Our Monmouth County Medical Negligence Lawyers to Schedule Your Free Consultation
Call any of our three convenient office locations, in Red Bank, Hazlet or Brick, or contact us online to set up a time to come in and talk with us about your case. You don’t pay a fee until we obtain compensation for you.