Surgeries are supposed to bring relief, not further anguish and injury. Unfortunately, medical malpractice often leads to brain and spinal injuries, even in low-risk surgeries. The Berks County brain and spinal injury lawyers of Raynes & Lawn are here to help you fight for justice and reclaim your health. Our lawyers bring their decades of experience and compassion to every case, ensuring that you or your loved one receive redress for their brain or spinal injuries.
The negligence of a medical professional often creates a ripple effect that could end up resulting in a patient’s mild to severe injuries or trauma. Sometimes these issues will be temporary. Other damages, however, can be life-threatening.
If you or a loved one has sustained the following brain and/or spinal injuries due to alleged medical malpractice, please contact Raynes & Lawn today:
The brain and spine are part of the central nervous system (CNS). This structure is incredibly complex but also fragile. Even before a medical procedure, the slightest misstep can result in consequences that threaten the well-being of the CNS. Even post-operative care for the brain and spine is delicate.
Should the medical staff not review a patient’s history or fail to perform a step in a procedure, the consequences may be dire. For example, an improper incision could incur spinal damage. The misdiagnosis of a stroke could lead to someone suffering from a brain hemorrhage. Even anesthesia errors while undergoing a wart removal could result in brain damage.
If you suspect that the brain or spinal injuries that you or a loved one have sustained during medical care were caused by medical negligence, do not wait to speak to a Berks County attorney.
In the aftermath of a brain or spinal injury caused by medical malpractice, it’s crucial to take prompt and careful steps. Documenting all relevant medical records, including diagnostic reports, surgical notes, and post-operative care details, can provide critical evidence for your case. Seeking additional opinions from trusted medical professionals specializing in neurology or spinal injuries can strengthen your position. Engaging a reputable legal team with experience in handling medical malpractice cases is important. They can provide the necessary guidance and support during this challenging time, helping you navigate the legal complexities while focusing on your recovery and well-being.
If your brain and spinal injuries were indeed caused by medical malpractice, you may be able to receive the following damages from your case:
Raynes & Lawn is committed to advocating for our clients and your rights. If you have been impacted by medical malpractice and have been afflicted by brain and spinal injuries, let us review your case. When you select us as your legal counsel, you gain the following:
It is time to seek reprieve from the brain and spinal injuries you have sustained. With legal representation, you can file a case and pursue redress. The team at Raynes & Lawn is here to provide you with legal guidance and empathetic support. Get in touch with our Berks County Brain and Spinal Injury Lawyer today by calling 1-800-535-1797 or by filling out the contact form.
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