Anesthesia Errors In New Jersey

Fighting For Victims Of Serious Medical Mistakes During Surgery

Anesthesiologists have the unique task of ensuring the safety and well-being of patients undergoing surgery. If an anesthesiologist improperly administers general anesthetic or fails to recognize warning signs of patient distress during the surgical procedure, the results can be catastrophic or even fatal. At Nagel Rice, our experienced medical negligence attorneys represent clients who have suffered serious injury as a result of surgical mistakes and other medical malpractice. We will help you hold responsible parties financially accountable for your pain and suffering and other damages caused by anesthesia errors.

Our firm has obtained millions of dollars on behalf of clients who have suffered injury caused by surgical mistakes and anesthesia errors, including $7.5 Million in a case involving brain damage to a 7-year-old child after surgery against a New York hospital. Two other cases involving anesthesia mistakes include settlement amounts of $1.5 Million and $1.25 Million. Click here to review more medical malpractice verdicts and settlements.

Contact Nagel Rice, LLP, at 973-618-0400 to schedule a consultation with a knowledgeable medical malpractice lawyer. We try cases, and we produce results.

Experienced Trial Attorneys For Anesthesia Malpractice Claims

Mistakes made during the administration of general anesthesia can result in brain damage, asphyxia, comas and other signification complications. Patients may also suffer from a stroke or heart attack if the anesthesiologist fails to recognize the warning signs of patient distress during surgery. Anesthesia awareness, or the complete failure of the anesthetic during surgery, can also cause additional emotional trauma for patients who wake up during the procedure.

We represent those who have suffered serious injury or wrongful death as a result of:

  • Improper or delayed administration of anesthesia
  • Incorrect dosage or medication
  • Using anesthesia or instruments that may cause allergic reactions according to the patient’s history
  • Over-sedation
  • Anesthesia awareness
  • Infection or complications from defective anesthesia equipment
  • Improper monitoring during surgery

To speak with an experienced attorney handling anesthesia errors in New Jersey, call 973-618-0400 or send us an email. We serve clients throughout New York and New Jersey; we have offices in Roseland and New York City.