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Get The Compensation You Deserve Following A Hospital Or Surgical Error

Every year, preventable medical errors cause thousands of serious injuries and fatalities in hospitals and surgical centers throughout the nation. If you were harmed by a surgical mistake, our medical malpractice attorneys may be able to help you obtain financial compensation for the damages.

Pursuing Compensation For Hospital And Surgeon Mistakes

The attorneys at Russo, Rosalina & Co., LPA, represent clients who were seriously harmed by hospital and surgical errors, including those involving:

  • Wrong surgery
  • Incorrect procedure
  • Operating on the wrong person or wrong body part
  • Instruments or sponges left behind
  • Perforation of organs and blood vessels
  • Unnecessary surgery
  • Anesthesia errors
  • Medication errors
  • Failure to monitor in the recovery room
  • Failure to respond to postoperative complications

Is It Really Malpractice?

Not every failed surgical procedure qualifies as medical malpractice. Patients can have a bad outcome even if the surgeon and medical staff did everything right. Conversely, medical professionals can make errors that do not cause serious or permanent harm to the patient.

In surgical malpractice cases, we must prove that the doctors, nurses and other health care providers failed to follow the accepted standard of care and, because of that failure, the patient suffered harm.

Before we can file a claim, a surgeon in the same specialty as the one who allegedly injured you must review the medical records and determine whether malpractice occurred. If the medical reviewer finds evidence of malpractice, we will move forward with a claim for compensation.

Let Us Review The Facts Of Your Case

To arrange a free initial consultation with one of our Cleveland hospital malpractice lawyers, use our online contact form or call our office. With offices in Mayfield Heights and Parma, we represent clients throughout northeast Ohio