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Think about how you will handle surgical errors
In a previous blog post, we discussed the woman who was an advocate for women stricken with cancer because of power morcellators. She recently died, and her death brought the serious issue back to light. It also casts light back on the horror of surgical errors that some patients face.
We know that surgical errors can have profound impacts on the men and women who suffer from them. Whether you suffer from an infection or a situation like the woman who recently passed away, you might choose to seek compensation for the impacts of the errors on your life.
There are many different surgical errors that might occur. These can include having the wrong body part operated on, suffering organ damage, and having items left behind in your body after the surgery. Each of these possibilities, as well as a host of other issues, carries serious risks.
When you are the victim of a surgical error, you will likely need more medical care. This will mean that you incur expenses that you didn’t count on. While you have medical bills and other bills coming in, you might not be able to earn your normal paychecks because your injuries might prevent you from working.
Think about the entirety of the financial impact that the error has on your life. This can help you to determine what damages you should claim when you file your lawsuit. We know that you might have some concerns and questions about your claim. We can help you to find the answers, no matter how complex they might be.