Surgery is designed to repair any problems and make you better. Oftentimes, this is the case. However, occasionally mistakes happen and when they do the results can be catastrophic. At the Law Offices of Piazza, Simmons & Grant, L.L.C., our Connecticut Neurosurgery Error Attorneys have more than 30 years of experience fighting to get victims of medical malpractice full and fair compensation. We will handle the legal side of things so you can devote all of your attention to getting better.
Neurosurgery and orthopedic medicine encompass work done on the nervous system and the skeletal system, respectively. When things go wrong in surgery, a whole host of problems may arise such as spinal injury, tumors, infections, chronic pain and even death. Our Connecticut Neurosurgery Error Attorneys have handled numerous cases involving orthopedic and neurosurgery errors, including those involving:
We will fight to get you the full amount of damages available under the law, including compensation for medical bills, lost wages and the lost ability to earn future income. If a loved one has died because of a surgical error, we can file a wrongful death lawsuit on his or her behalf. We understand that no amount of compensation can bring you back to where you were, but we find that these damages allow our clients to move forward and live a relatively normal life that allows them to resume activities they once enjoyed.
The lawyers at the Law Offices of Piazza, Simmons & Grant, L.L.C., will mount a thorough investigation into what exactly went wrong in your case. In addition to individual error, the hospital may have failed to comply with accepted standards of practice. We will work tirelessly to hold all negligent parties accountable for their actions in an effort to prevent similar mistakes from occurring in the future.
If you or a loved one has been injured during a surgery, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact our Connecticut neurosurgery error attorneys online or call 203-504-5840 to arrange an initial consultation to discuss your case.