Were You Hurt During Surgery?

Ask Our Austin Medical Malpractice Lawyer About Your Legal Options

Our Austin medical malpractice lawyer helps with surgical errors, wrong site operation, leaving foreign object in body, nicking a blood vessel and more.Everyone knows that undergoing surgery is a tremendous exercise in placing faith in your doctor’s ability. Patients understand that surgery carries certain risks, and doctors must outline the risks inherent to the specific procedure beforehand. Nonetheless, we still place our lives in the hands of our surgeons. We do this because we trust them to perform their job well. However, sometimes this trust is misplaced, and patients often suffer serious injuries due to the hands of a negligent surgeon.

We are a small personal injury law firm that commits to providing professional and aggressive legal representation to injured people in Austin. Many firms in the state avoid medical malpractice claims due to restrictive tort reform laws. However, we believe that everyone deserves justice. If a doctor has harmed you, call us at (512) 474-8346.

Examples of Surgery Errors

Some of the more common surgical errors include:

  • Wrong site operation (or operation on the wrong body part)
  • Wrong patient operation
  • Leaving a foreign object in the body
  • Nicking or perforating an organ or blood vessel
  • Anesthesia mixups that cause suffocation or mid-procedure consciousness

At The Law Offices of Aaron Allison, we understand the pain and the challenge that can come from surgical malpractice. Our attorney brings extensive experience and a commitment to helping our clients secure the compensation and accountability they deserve.

Surgical Errors Change Lives

Some surgical errors are readily obvious, but in other cases, it may not be apparent that anything went wrong with your surgery. Years after the procedure, a person may have what appears to be unrelated symptoms, only to discover it is related to errors that occurred during surgery.

Typically, medical professionals are not forthcoming when they commit an error. In some instances they may not even be aware of any errors that occurred. Regardless, they must be accountable for the effects of their negligence.

If you or someone you love has undergone surgery and you suspect that mistakes were made, our Austin medical malpractice lawyer can conduct an investigation of the matter. Our firm has experience analyzing medical records and building medical malpractice cases to discover the truth and secure justice for yourself and your loved ones.

Providing Professional and Aggressive Representation You Can Trust Since 1978

Do you have reason to believe that you or a loved one suffered a surgical error? Let our Austin medical malpractice lawyer investigate whether or not medical negligence played a part.

Our firm knows how to build very strong cases that bring all of the facts to light, and we can use those facts to secure the compensation that you deserve. For a free and confidential consultation about your case, contact our Austin personal injury lawyer online or give us a call at (512) 474-8346. We work on a contingency basis, which means that we do not collect attorney fees unless we recover compensation for you.

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