Anesthesia Injury

Were you or a family member injured following a medical procedure involving anesthesia? If so, you may be eligible to receive compensation by filing a medical malpractice claim against the anesthesiologist and other negligent parties. 

With over 100 years of combined legal experience, our Baltimore anesthesia injury lawyers at William G. Kolodner Personal Injury Lawyers can help you pursue a financial award for your injuries. We’ve helped thousands of injured victims, and we’re tireless in fighting for our clients.

Contact us, give us a call at (410) 837-2144 to speak to one of our medical malpractice attorneys. We’ll discuss your case with you and go over your legal options. 

How William G. Kolodner Personal Injury Lawyers Can Help You After an Anesthesia Injury in Baltimore, MD

How William G. Kolodner Personal Injury Lawyers Can Help You After an Anesthesia Injury

Medical malpractice is an incredibly technical and complex area of the law. The odds are stacked against injured patients who try to go up against doctors and hospitals. Hiring an experienced personal injury law firm conveys that you mean business.

At William G. Kolodner Personal Injury Lawyers, we pride ourselves on providing our clients with exceptional legal representation. Our legal team is second to none, and we’re relentless in fighting for patients who have been injured due to medical malpractice.

Why are we the right firm to represent you? Here are just a few reasons:

  • We’re family-owned and treat clients like family
  • You can reach us 24/7
  • We’ve won multi-million dollar awards on behalf of our clients
  • Our award-winning lawyers are highly regarded 
  • We’re committed to serving Baltimore clients as we have for generations

We also work on a contingency fee basis. This means you owe us no upfront costs or fees unless we secure a financial award for you. Trust our law firm with your case. We know you’ve been through a traumatic experience. Let us help you get your life back.

Don’t hesitate to reach out to us today. We’re here to answer your questions and help you get started with your claim. 

What Is an Anesthesiologist?

When a patient undergoes surgery, an anesthesiologist is the doctor who administers the medication that keeps the patient comfortable and pain-free during the procedure. While other doctors may specialize in a particular area of medicine, anesthesiologists focus on pain management for all medical issues. 

The purpose of anesthesia is to relieve pain and sedate patients. It can be administered as “local” anesthesia to affect a particular area of the body or “general” to affect the entire body.

During the procedure, anesthesiologists monitor vital signs, document what’s happening, and dispense medication as needed. The job is critical and can make all the difference in whether the patient suffers severe injury or even death. 

Studies have found that more than 80% of anesthesia incidents that could have been prevented were due to doctor errors. If you think your injury is from a medical error related to anesthesia, give us a call to speak with our Baltimore medical malpractice lawyers. 

What Injuries Are Common in Anesthesia Malpractice? 

The Journal of Healthcare Risk Management shared a study on anesthesia injuries, and the most common were: 

  • Teeth damage due to intubation (20.8 %)
  • Death (18.3 %)
  • Nerve damage (13.5 %)
  • Organ damage (12.7 %)
  • Heart attack (10.7 %)

Other injuries resulting from anesthesia errors include:

No matter what injuries you sustained in your particular case, an experienced medical malpractice lawyer can help you fight for compensation. You shouldn’t have to bear the physical, emotional, and financial burden on your own. The parties responsible for your injuries should have to pay. 

Our personal injury attorneys at William G. Kolodner Personal Injury Lawyers are here to help. Let us handle the legal matters so you can focus on your recovery.

What Causes Anesthesia Errors? 

The most common factors that lead to anesthesia-related injuries include: 

  • Improper intubation
  • Not taking patient allergies into consideration
  • Ineffective monitoring of vital signs
  • Not administering oxygen
  • Defective equipment
  • Dosage error
  • Lack of communication

An experienced medical malpractice lawyer can help you identify the cause and who was responsible. Give us a call to get your case started today.

Contact Our Baltimore Medical Malpractice Law Firm For a Free Consultation 

When you go into surgery, you trust the doctors and healthcare professionals responsible for your care. When the unimaginable happens and you come out of surgery with an injury, you have every right to hold the negligent parties accountable. 

Don’t trust your case to just any firm. Contact us today at William G. Kolodner Personal Injury Lawyers. We know the anguish of medical malpractice injuries because we’ve seen the impact on our clients. We fought hard for them, and we’ll do the same for you.  

Give us a call today to set up your free consultation.