purchase, george & murphey.
purchase, george & murphey.
When you undergo anesthesia, you put your trust in your medical providers to keep you safe while under. However, negligent errors by an anesthesia team can lead to life-altering injuries or complications. If you’ve suffered harm due to your healthcare providers’ malpractice, let the Erie, PA, anesthesia error lawyers at Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C. help you seek justice. Since 2010, our firm has represented injured patients throughout northwest Pennsylvania. Our legal team combines decades of experience in injury law, medical-legal issues, and insurance defense, which we leverage through a collaborative approach to build effective legal strategies to pursue maximum financial recovery for you.
After being harmed by an anesthesia error, get the legal help you need to hold your negligent healthcare providers accountable. Contact Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C. for a free initial case review to learn how our anesthesia malpractice attorneys in Erie, PA, will vigorously pursue the compensation you need for your medical bills, lost earnings, or pain and suffering.
The anesthesia team has several responsibilities during a surgery or a medical procedure requiring anesthesia. These duties include not only administering the anesthetic to the patient but also monitoring the patient’s condition during the procedure and communicating adverse changes in the patient’s condition to the surgical team. The anesthesiologist and nurse anesthetists can commit various errors during a medical procedure, including:
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Proving that you suffered complications during surgery because of a negligent error by the anesthesia team will require clear evidence to show that the team’s actions fell outside the standard of care. Examples of evidence you might use in your anesthesia error case include:
You will likely also need opinion testimony from a medical expert who practices in the field of anesthesiology to explain the specifics of the standard of care in your case, how your anesthesia team failed to meet the standard of care, and how that failure caused your injuries or complications.
If you’ve been harmed by malpractice committed by your anesthesia team, you may have the right to recover compensation for losses you incur because of your injuries, including for:
An anesthesia error can leave you with long-lasting health consequences, such as brain or internal organ damage or emotional trauma and distress. When an anesthesia team’s negligence or recklessness causes you to suffer injuries or medical complications, turn to Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C., for help. Our anesthesia malpractice attorneys in Erie, PA, can help you recover by pursuing your legal claims for you while you focus on your physical and emotional recovery. Let us handle the details of your case, including:
When you’ve suffered injuries or medical complications due to an error by your anesthesia team during a medical procedure, you may have the right to pursue compensation and accountability for your harm and losses. Contact our firm today for a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your legal options with our Erie, PA, anesthesia error lawyers.
How long do I have to file a malpractice claim? +
Under the statute of limitations on negligence claims, you typically have two years after suffering an anesthesia error or two years after you discover (or should discover) your injuries caused by an anesthesia error, whichever occurs later, to file a lawsuit against a negligent healthcare provider. However, don’t delay speaking with our Erie, PA, anesthesia error lawyers after discovering physical harm caused by an error. If you file your lawsuit after the limitations period expires, you may lose your right to recover compensation if the trial court dismisses your case as untimely filed.
How long will it take to recover compensation in my case? +
The time it may take you to recover compensation in a settlement or at trial in your anesthesia error case will depend on multiple factors, including: