Paralysis After Surgery
While most surgeries go off without a hitch, when surgeons are not careful enough while dealing with the central nervous system, things can go severely wrong. Paralysis injuries typically result from negligence before, during or after spine surgery.
These types of surgeries are incredibly complex, so it is all the more important that surgeons take extreme care and caution when working through these surgeries. All team members must clearly communicate in order to properly care for a patient. Failure to do so can result in:
- Epidural injections
- Failure to recognize and identify developing complications
- Spinal epidural abscesses
- Spinal hematomas
- Spine fractures
- Wrong level spine surgeries
- Surgical misadventures
- Anesthesia injuries
- Surgical placement injuries
If you have been injured by any of these issues, our team is here for you.
Nerve Damage After Surgery Lawyers
Accountability and compensation are our foremost goals. We are prepared to do everything possible to obtain what you are entitled to if you have suffered a paralysis injury, including:
- Nerve damage or injury caused by unnecessary bleeding or hematoma on the spine while under medical care
- Pinched nerves caused by negligence in preparing or setting an arm or leg cast, resulting in a palsied limb
- Severing or stretching a nerve during spinal (lumbar) surgery, or foot-drop/paralyzed leg resulting from orthopedic or neurological surgery error
If you or a loved one has been injured due to spinal damage from surgery at a Texas hospital, call the Texas paralysis after surgery attorneys at Davis & Davis at 713-364-0314 or toll-free at 877-202-0835 today for a free consultation.
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