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Paralysis from Surgical Errors
The prospect of surgery is frightening for many people. Unfortunately, this concern is not unfounded—nearly half of all medical malpractice cases are against surgeons. When surgeons make mistakes during operations, patients could suffer a number of devastating consequences, including partial or even complete paralysis.
Paralysis can not only prevent you from continuing your job or hobbies, but it can also cost you millions of dollars in medical bills over your lifetime. If you have become paralyzed due to a surgical team’s errors, you may be entitled to financial compensation to help you cover these costs. Get started on your case today by calling a knowledgeable Oklahoma injury lawyer of the Abel Law Firm today at (405) 239-7046 and schedule a free consultation.
Common Errors that Cause Paralysis
Paralysis can completely alter virtually every aspect of your life. Contact an Oklahoma injury attorney today if you have developed paralysis after suffering any of the following surgical mistakes:
- Anesthesia errors
- Wrong patient surgery
- Wrong site surgery
Additionally, you may become paralyzed if a reckless or simply overly fatigued medical team performs a surgery on you. Even a tiny mistake with scalpel placement could mean the difference between a healthy, properly functioning body and complete paralysis.
If you have suffered partial or complete paralysis due to medical negligence, you may be entitled to compensation for this devastating event. For more information about your legal options, contact the Oklahoma personal injury lawyers of the Abel Law Firm at (405) 239-7046 today. We can help you fight for financial compensation to help pay for damages associated with paralysis.