Morgantown Anesthesia Mistake Attorney
When you are getting ready for surgery, no matter how routine, you have many things on your mind. You hope it will go well and that you will be able to make a quick recovery. Probably one of the last things on your mind is considering the possibility of a mistake by your anesthesiologist. So what do you do if the anesthesiologist or nurse anesthetist makes a mistake administering your anesthesia? At the Morgantown Law Offices of Kelly R. Reed, we routinely handle cases of anesthesia mistakes involving both adults and children. We can help you protect your rights and get the compensation you deserve. Call us today.
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Medical professionals routinely administer anesthesia to patients during surgery. If you undergo surgery and your anesthesiologist's mistake or your allergic reaction causes you major injury, you have options. We can help you understand your rights and make sure they are protected.
Improper Administration of Anesthesia Can Cause Serious Injury or Death
There are a number of ways that the administration of anesthesia can go wrong. Most of the time, medical professionals take great care to prevent these mistakes. Sometimes, though, mistakes occur; from too much anesthesia being administered to improper monitoring and allergic reactions, it is important to protect your rights if you have been injured. Any of these mistakes can lead to serious injuries, with long-term consequences, such as:
- Hypoxic Brain Injuries
- Cardiac Arrest
- Wrongful Death
- Birth Injuries
Was your child given an improper dosage of anesthesia before his or her surgery? Children who suffer from anesthesia mistakes could be adversely affected by lifelong conditions. Did you know that there are pediatric anesthesiologists who specialize in proper administration of drugs during surgery for children? Are you sure that the specialist who took care of your child was trained in administering anesthesia to children? Protect the rights of your family.
If you or someone in your family is facing long-term injuries after an anesthesia mistake, you have options. The experienced attorneys at the Morgantown Law Offices of Kelly R. Reed can make sure your rights are protected. Contact us today for a free initial consultation.