Representing Clients Injured During Laparoscopic Surgery, New Jersey
Laparoscopic surgery has its definite advantages and disadvantages. Its biggest advantage is that it is less invasive than other types of surgery. Performed with small instruments and a camera that allows doctors to view the surgical site on a TV monitor, this type of surgery requires only tiny incisions. When this type of surgery is done correctly, it can even seem like a miracle that a Fallopian tube can be tied or a polyp removed without cutting open a patient’s body.
A disadvantage of laparoscopic surgery, however, is that it requires a high degree of skill. Damage to nerves, muscles and blood vessels can be the result of laparoscopic surgery performed by a non-expert. Examples of surgery injuries and errors resulting from inexperience have included:
- Bile duct injuries
- Bowel and intestine perforation
- Failing to remove all malignant matter in cancer surgery
- Sepsis resulting from perforated organs
A negative outcome after laparoscopic surgery is not proof of malpractice. However, it is wise to have your case reviewed by an experienced NJ medical malpractice lawyer. You may require additional surgery or miss more time off work because of a laparoscopic surgeon’s error.
New Jersey Medical Malpractice Lawyers at Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP Handle Cases Involving Surgical Errors
After an injury occurring during laparoscopic surgery, lawyers at our firm can explain how you may recover compensation through a medical malpractice lawsuit. Talk to a NJ medical malpractice lawyer at Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP.
Our New Jersey medical malpractice lawyers at Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP advise and represent clients in medical malpractice and personal injury litigation matters throughout New Jersey. Call our office at 732-777-0100 or contact us online to arrange a free consultation with an experienced New Jersey medical malpractice lawyer. Our offices are located in Edison, Toms River and Red Bank, New Jersey.