Although all types of anesthesia involve some risk, major anesthesia injuries are unlikely unless some form of malpractice is involved. The specific risk of anesthesia injuries depends on many factors including a particular patient’s health and the type of anesthesia used. Generally, the risk of suffering anesthesia injuries is higher in older people. Certain medical conditions, such as heart, circulation, or nervous system problems, also increase patients’ risk of suffering anesthesia injuries.
Anesthesia injuries can occur for many reasons. For example, anesthesia injuries sometimes occur due to poor communication between medical staff members, when a doctor or anesthesiologist fails to correctly read a patient’s chart, or because the technicians administering the anesthesia lack the proper background and training. Some other possible causes of anesthesia injuries include:
- lack of informed consent
- lack of oxygen
- using the wrong drug or dosage
- allergic reactions
Anesthesia Injuries Lawsuit
If you or a loved one suffered anesthesia injuries caused by a healthcare professional’s negligence or wrongdoing, the experienced lawyers at our law firm can help you seek compensation for your losses by filing a lawsuit on your behalf. With a medical malpractice lawsuit, our lawyers may be able to help you collect compensation for the following expenses related to your anesthesia injuries:
- medical bills
- pain and suffering
- lost income
- and more
Anesthesia Injuries Lawyer
If you or a loved one suffered serious anesthesia injuries, the lawyers at our New York law firm would be happy to answer your legal questions and address your concerns. The lawyers at our law firm can also inform you of your legal rights and options.
The lawyers at our law firm operate on a contingency fee basis, which means you pay no fees or charges up front. In fact, you pay nothing unless our lawyers achieve a favorable outcome in your anesthesia injuries case.
To learn more about how to seek compensation for your anesthesia injuries, you should contact our lawyers immediately, as state law limits the time within which lawyers can file a lawsuit on your behalf. In New York, the time limit, also called the statute of limitations, is typically 3 years from the time the anesthesia injuries occurred.
Contact us today for a free and confidential case evaluation.