Life After A Laparoscopic Surgery Injury
If you have suffered an injury that could have been prevented when undergoing surgery, you may have a medical malpractice case. At Winckler & Harvey, LLP, we offer experienced representation as Texas laparoscopic surgery injury attorneys. We have dealt with these unique cases across Texas against privately funded hospitals and government-run institutions such as military and VA hospitals.
At all times, our clients’ health and financial well-being are prioritized. We work with every client and his or her family one-on-one to provide them with quality service and effective representation through every stage of legal proceedings. Reach our Austin, Texas, office online or by telephone at 512-593-7399 (toll free us) to schedule a free initial consultation.
Austin Attorneys With A Depth Of Knowledge In Surgical Malpractice
Laparoscopic surgery is less invasive than many other surgical techniques and can often yield favorable results with fewer scars and faster recovery time for patients. Unfortunately, the very nature of laparoscopic surgery leaves surgeons facing various limitations. It takes a truly experienced surgeon to perform the operation appropriately without unexpected consequences to the patient.
The surgeon’s ability to properly identify internal tissue and organs is one of the most challenging aspects of a laparoscopic surgery. Using just a small camera and inserted instruments, the surgeon must identify the right arteries and ducts to ensure that only certain tissue is cut.
Even grazing the wrong organ or tissue with an instrument or medical device can cause severe trauma. In some cases, these surgical injuries lead to long-term medical consequences or fatal injuries. If you or a loved one has been injured during surgery or has had complications after surgery, do not assume it is normal. You may have a medical malpractice case. If so, be sure to work with our experienced team of lawyers to build a case for compensation.