You Must Be Carefully Monitored When Under Anesthesia
A routine surgery can quickly escalate into an emergency situation when standard medical procedures are overlooked. If you or your loved one was prescribed the wrong amount of anesthesia or was not properly monitored during a surgery, you may have a valid anesthesia error malpractice claim.
For three generations, The Lancione Law Firm, has fought back against negligent medical practices in Ohio. We are fully aware of the standard medical procedures anesthesiologists, nurses and doctors are expected to deliver. When the practice of medicine becomes so routine that medical professionals begin to cut corners, innocent lives are put at risk. We are committed to proving fault and holding negligent parties responsible for their actions.
Contact our law firm in Columbus or Rocky River, Ohio, to begin protecting your rights during a free consultation. You can email us Jal@lancionelaw.com or call 440-331-6100.
Proving Fault Is A Complicated Matter We Handle Routinely
Anesthesia is administered daily in emergency rooms, dentists’ offices and operating rooms. Unfortunately, when anesthesiologists or surgical nurses fail to follow medical guidelines, a standard operating procedure could become life-threatening.
At The Lancione Law Firm, we offer strong advocacy to help families take a stance against medical malpractice. We consult medical-leading experts to prove fault against anesthesiologists and other medical professional who fail to:
- Administer the right amount of anesthesia
- Properly monitor a patient’s blood pressures, respiration or pulse
- Follow prescribed precautions
- Properly sedate a patient
Medical malpractice lawsuits are generally highly complicated. The medical profession invests a substantial amount of money to try and mitigate its exposure to liability. This does not intimidate us.
Have Attorneys With Over 60 Years Of Experience On Your Side
Our attorneys have more than 60 years of experience proving fault, even when liability was initially unclear. We consult industry-leading experts invaluable in helping us conduct thorough investigations focused on uncovering as many liability factors as possible. All of our cases are prepared with enough facts to prove fault in trial. Our litigation skills often prompt the at-fault party to make a full settlement offer to avoid going up against us in trial. When you select our law firm, we will apply our years of experience and legal skills to protect your best interests at every turn possible.
Call Or Email Us Today For Your Free Consultation
If you or a loved one was a victim of medical malpractice, you should not have to shoulder the financial burdens on your own. We are committed to helping you obtain a full financial recovery for lost wages, medical expenses, rehabilitative care, pain and suffering, and any other damages you have endured.
Complete our form online or email us at Jal@lancionelaw.com or call 440-331-6100 to meet with an experienced medical malpractice lawyer. We are proud to serve clients in Cleveland, Columbus, Toledo, Youngstown, Akron, Cincinnati and other communities throughout Ohio.
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Cord Blood Gas Tests
Future Of A Child With A Birth Injury
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