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Champaign Wrong Patient Surgery Attorneys

Though it is difficult to imagine, surgeons do make the grievous error of performing an operation on the wrong person, causing that patient needless pain and suffering and delaying the treatment of the intended patient. These mistakes result from poor organization and a lack of care before the surgery. As a surgical team prepares, they must check that they have the correct patient and are prepared to complete the necessary surgery. Failure to do so can endanger a patient’s health and safety.

If you or your loved one has been subjected to a surgical procedure that was supposed to be performed on another patient, there is no question that a civil lawsuit is in order. Contact the Champaign wrong patient surgery attorneys of Spiros Law, P.C., by calling (217) 328-2828 to discuss your legal rights and the financial compensation that you may be able to recover.

Injuries from Wrong Patient Surgeries

A person who has been wrongly operated on may suffer considerably because of a surgical team’s negligence. In some cases, a patient may be in the hospital for a short-term treatment. However, the long recovery times associated with some surgeries can leave these individuals out of work for a significantly longer period of time. The following injuries may also be associated with a wrong patient surgery:

  • Unnecessary amputation
  • Loss or disruption of important bodily functions
  • Bodily stress due to the operation
  • Pain and suffering associated with recovery

Surgery is a particularly dangerous treatment option that should be well-planned and executed. A mistake that puts the stress of these procedures on an unsuspecting patient is a very serious problem.

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If you have been injured because of a surgical staff’s irresponsible lack of organization, there may be legal action available for you. To discuss your case, contact the Champaign wrong patient surgery lawyers of Spiros Law, P.C., at (217) 328-2828 today.