Lawyers for Neurosurgery Malpractice – Call Us Today
Neurosurgery is one of the most complex and sensitive surgeries one can ever undergo. It is typically performed to treat some of the neurological conditions that some individuals are afflicted with after an accident, due to a familial trait or on a newborn baby who suffered a birth injury. Neurosurgeons are charged with the responsibility of treating as well as diagnosing disorders of the nervous system. They can treat various neurological issues such as brain tumors, strokes, brain infections, degenerative illnesses such as Huntington’s and multiple sclerosis, and so on. Operating on the brain as well as the nervous cord requires an extremely high level or medical expertise as any wrong move or negligent act can leave the patient paralyzed, with complications that will last for the rest of their lives, or worse, dead. It is therefore important that neurosurgeons undergo over a decade of study and training in order to become the best at their field. Should their actions cause the patient harm, negligence must be suspected, and it may be time to seek out the services of a medical malpractice attorney.
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Due to the strenuous and unforgiving study path and training that these individuals are required to go through, there are only 4,000 or so neurosurgeons in the whole of the United States. These specialists study and train for over a decade, and are expected to keep themselves up to date on the various techniques and medical breakthroughs associated with their specialty. On top of that, neurosurgeons are expected to complete up to 7 years of residency in order to become bona fide experts. All of this is done in order to make sure that they can carry out their medical duties to such a high level of competence that there is no room for error.
Here are some of the most common forms of neurosurgery malpractice:
- Operating on the wrong region
- Failing to operate in a timely manner
- Not following up with the patient post-surgery
- Misdiagnosis of neurological condition
- Surgical errors
- Failure to order spinal tap
- Failure to read lab results in a proper manner
Experienced Lawyers for Neurosurgery Malpractice – Call Us Today!
In order to have a valid neurologist malpractice lawsuit, it is vital that one show that there was a doctor-patient relationship at the time the injury occurred. This is because this relationship will inform something called duty of care which the neurosurgeon breached, thereby causing your injuries. there’s so much we haven’t talked about in this post, and it’s because of this that we’d love to invite you to give us a call NOW at (773) 902-0413 to learn more about your legal options for compensation after being harmed by a neurologist. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.