Your Legal Rights After An Anesthesia Error
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Anesthesia Complications Are Devastating — We Maximize Your Recovery
Administering anesthesia during an operation is a very technical practice. Anesthesiologists and nurse anesthetists need to be 100 percent on top of their game at all times. The heavy drugs used in anesthesia can have serious adverse consequences for patients if medical professionals make one false step.
Medical malpractice involving an anesthesia error may result from:
- An improper preoperation evaluation
- Administering drugs that a patient is allergic to
- Lack of oxygen to the brain or other organs during surgery
- Failure to properly monitor a patient for signs of distress during surgery
If negligence or a departure from the recognized standard of care caused injury or death, victims may be entitled to past, present and future damages and losses.
Maximize Your Compensation With Hoyt & Hoyt, PC
At Hoyt & Hoyt, PC, we hold negligent parties accountable for medical malpractice throughout New Jersey. Our team in Morristown has been prosecuting doctors and hospitals in Morris County, Somerset County, Middlesex County and surrounding areas for over 20 years.
Attorney Jack Hoyt is a board-certified civil trial attorney through the New Jersey Supreme Court and a former insurance defense lawyer. We know how to counter the case the defense brings forth, and we are ready for trial from the outset. Mr. Hoyt is well-known for taking on challenging cases.
We will assemble a solid team of experts to establish the full and fair value of your unique claim, independently investigate your claim and construct a solid case to secure your best possible outcome.
If you or a loved one has suffered any of the following as a result of a possible anesthesia error, we urge you to call our law firm immediately:
- Awakening during surgery
- Oversedation from anesthesia
- Heart attack or stroke
- Asphyxia (lack of oxygen)
- Brain damage
- Nerve damage
- Optic nerve damage, resulting in post-surgical blindness