Fayetteville Surgical Errors Attorney

Holding Surgeons Accountable for Their Mistakes

Doctors and other members of the medical profession are held in very high esteem by the public. Surgeons are held in especially high esteem. Unfortunately, surgeons still make mistakes. In the best case scenario, surgical errors can require additional, risky surgeries to correct both the error and the medical problem. In the worst case scenario, surgical errors can lead to an untimely death.

If you or someone you love has been injured in surgery, it is crucial to look at all of your options. An experienced lawyer can answer some of your questions and determine if you have a claim. If so, we will work to help you recover appropriate compensation. Fayetteville surgical errors lawyer Rebecca Britton of Britton Law, P.A., can help you sort through the facts and give you a realistic and clear picture of your legal options.

Taking Action After a Surgical Error

According to information collected over the past two decades by the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB), some of the most common surgical errors include:

  • Improper performance
  • Foreign object left in body
  • Improper management
  • Operating on the wrong body part
  • Lack of informed consent
  • Unnecessary procedure
  • Failure to recognize a complication

Every medical malpractice claim involves many different obstacles. For one, even if a surgeon commits what appears to be obvious negligence, the surgeon will often resist settling a case. Therefore, these cases often go to trial. Our Lumberton doctor errors attorney prepares every malpractice case with the purpose of taking it to trial. We work with multiple experts to prove every part of your case, and we have the trial experience necessary to show a jury exactly how the surgeon's negligence impacted your life. In short, our law firm has the resources and the resolve to present the strongest possible case on your behalf.

Contact Britton Law, P.A.

Call 910-401-3356 to schedule a free consultation and claim evaluation or complete our contact form today. You are not responsible for any fees unless we obtain a recovery for you.