Most of the time, when you need surgery, you need anesthesia, too. Hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers administer anesthesia every day. Almost all major surgeries, and even routine procedures such as colonoscopy, require the use of general anesthesia.
Keeping a patient safely unconscious for their medical procedure and bringing them out of anesthesia afterward is a delicate procedure. It requires precise attention to the patient's medical history, condition, and vital signs. There are many ways for anesthesiology malpractice to take place, including:
If too much or the wrong anesthesia is given, catastrophic outcomes can occur. These include infection, bleeding, coma, loss of function, and even death. If too little medicine is administered, a patient may be conscious during a major procedure, able to feel pain and hear doctors, but unable to communicate.
At Muth Law, we have helped many victims of anesthesiology error and their families over the last 35 years. An anesthesiology error causes life to spin out of control. Our goal is to help make things right again, as far as that is possible.
We understand the feelings of shock and helplessness that accompany a medical procedure gone wrong. Sometimes, life is changed forever. If recovery is possible, the road to recovery is long and uncertain. Most of our clients never thought they'd find themselves in a lawyer's office or even considering a lawsuit. They just want life back to the way it was before. With our in-depth knowledge of Michigan personal injury law and decades of courtroom experience, we do everything possible to help them get there.
The attorneys of Muth Law know you've been through enough stress. The way we practice is designed to remove the burden of worry from your shoulders. Our initial consultations are free and confidential. First, we listen to your story, then we give you our honest evaluation of your anesthesiology error case. We give you the benefit of our experience and knowledge, but we place the decision-making power in your hands. We want to be partners with you in your family's recovery, and you will never pay us a legal fee unless we recover money for you.
Muth Law works tirelessly to get you the compensation you need and deserve, but for us, each case really about the people we have the opportunity to help. To us, like you, family is the most important thing. We look forward to the opportunity to help yours.
Muth Law works with clients in Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County and throughout Michigan. Please contact us to schedule a free, confidential consultation regarding your anesthesiology injury matter by phone at 734-481-8800 or via e-mail. We look forward to serving your family.
Muth Law, P.C., provides legal guidance for clients across Michigan, including Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor, Detroit, Flint, Saginaw, Bay City, Port Huron, Monroe, Brighton, Lansing, East Lansing, Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Jackson, Traverse City, Canton, Warren, Livonia, Adrian, Dearborn. The office also sees clients throughout Metro Detroit and the following counties: Wayne County, Washtenaw County, Oakland, Macomb County, Ingham County, Kent County, Calhoun County, Livingston County, Genesee County, Jackson County Hillsdale County and Monroe County.