Helping Families Seek Justice After Anesthesia Malpractice Causes Harm
Patients require thorough preparation before entering the operating room and must be constantly monitored during surgery and resuscitation. In the vast majority of cases, the anesthesiologists are knowledgeable, attentive and careful to follow best practices and exercise good judgment when treating patients in need of anesthesia. Sometimes, however, serious problems arise because of human error.
If a family member suffered brain damage or even death as a result of an anesthesia mishap in the Toledo area, in Sylvania or anywhere in Ohio, Contact the Law Offices of Gary Osborne & Associates to discuss an anesthesia malpractice claim. Initial consultations are free.
Our firm can help investigate the facts behind your surgical error involving anesthesia. Anesthesiologist errors may include any of the following:
- Intubation errors before or during surgery, or in the postoperative recovery room
- Administration of the wrong anesthesia drug for a particular patient
- Dosage errors in anesthesia
- Allowing a patient’s blood pressure to go too high or too low while under anesthesia
- Failure to monitor vital signs such as the heart rate of a patient under anesthesia
- Errors in connection with oxygen delivery to a newborn, causing cerebral palsy or inducement of a coma
Why Did Your Loved One Have To Die Because Of An Error In Surgery?
If your family has suffered injury or loss of life because of an anesthesia error, you may be eligible to seek compensation for past and future medical expenses, lost wages, disability, and pain and suffering.
The question that potential clients most often ask when a loved one has died or suffered brain damage apparently because of anesthesia malpractice is “why?” An experienced medical malpractice lawyer is well-qualified to conduct a thorough investigation and discover a clear answer to that question.
In-Depth Investigations Of Anesthesia Malpractice In Ohio
At the Law Offices of Gary Osborne & Associates, our attorneys have been investigating and litigating anesthesia malpractice, medication errors and birth injury cases for more than 30 years. We seek out experts from throughout the country to examine potential medical malpractice claims and determine whether you are eligible for compensation.
We only proceed with anesthesia malpractice cases after receiving opinions from highly qualified experts. These experts help us determine that an anesthesiologist or any other responsible health care provider was negligent and serious injury or death was the result.