Helped, I Suffered Nerve Damage From Blood Draw! Your Legal Options
Many individuals feel duty-bound to help where they can, and this is especially true in cases where an individual is about to lose their life due to insufficient blood. Blood draw drives are done on an almost weekly basis in most towns and cities, and trained professionals known as phlebotomists are charged with the responsibility of drawing this blood, collecting it and then storing it. Blood draws may seem easy, but the reality is that they need to be highly trained as any minor mistake can cause permanent health complications. Nerve damage after a blood draw exercise is more common than most people realize, and it is caused by the needle hitting a nearby nerve. Nerve damage, unfortunately, can be permanent and cause lifelong disability and chronic pain to the sufferer. If you suffered nerve damage during a blood draw, chances are that this wasn’t a fluke occurrence, and that negligence had a part to play in it. In such cases, filing a legal claim is the natural course of action, as this will help you recover money damages, something we’d be glad to help you out with.
Are you looking for a nerve damage from blood draw lawsuit attorney? Please call us NOW at (773) 362-2747 to learn more about your legal options for justice and compensation. the experienced nerve injury from blood donation attorneys at McCready Law bring to the table over 90 YEARS of combined legal experience, something we’d be happy to put to work in order to help you recover compensation on your behalf. We have a bilingual staff (hablamos Espanol), and all cases are handled by a real attorney, and not paralegals. We also have extensive litigation experience which may enable you to get a better outcome for your case in comparison to insurance negotiations. Lastly, we take on all cases on contingency fee basis, which means that there are NO UPFRONT FEES when we decide to represent you. Wherever you are in the country, if you suffered nerve damage after a blood draw exercise, call us NOW at (773) 362-2747 to learn more about how we can help you get compensated – the call is 100% FREE.
How Does Nerve Damage From Blood Draw Happen?
Even though phlebotomists are only required to undergo six months of training to be certified, they must however be well-trained and adhere to something called standard of care which is uniform or similar to all phlebotomists in their region. Nerve damage happens when the phlebotomists doesn’t aim the needle with care, thereby poking a nerve. These nerves, specifically ones located near the veins of the arms tend to be very delicate and sensitive, making them more prone to injury. If the nerve damage is permanent, you may need to undergo surgery. In addition, leaving a tourniquet tied to the arm for too long may also cause nerve damage, as well as trying numerous times to draw blood but failing.
Nerve Damage Blood Draw Malpractice Attorneys – Call Us Now!
If you believe that your phlebotomist acted in a careless or negligent manner during the drawing of blood resulting in your getting injured, please call us NOW at (773) 362-2747 to learn more about your legal options. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.