Northeast Ohio Paralysis Lawyer
Many medical negligence lawsuits stem from nerve damage. This can be the result of surgical or anesthetic error.
Typical nerve damage results in the following types of symptoms:
- Burning sensations
- Loss of feeling
Other than the improper use of surgical tools and improper administration of anesthesia medical malpractice cases arising from nerve damage can include:
- Placing unnecessary pressure on a patient due to their positioning for lengthy periods of time
- Failure to properly use a tourniquet
- Improper use of bandages or other medical devices
Nerve damage can be debilitating in nature and permanent. If you or a loved one has suffered nerve damage and you suspect it may have been due to medical error please contact one of our experienced Cleveland lawyers today.
Anesthesia Nerve Damage
Improperly administered anesthesia can cause permanent nerve damage. Typical anesthesia related nerve damage cases result from:
- Improperly administered nerve blocks
- Improperly administered local anesthesia
- Improperly administered epidural during child birth
Nerve damage as a result of anesthesia error can be devastating, permanent and life changing. Recoverable damages can include medical billings (past and future), pain and suffering, lost income and loss of consortium.
Surgery Error Related Nerve Damage
Surgical error can also result in nerve damage. Typical surgical error cases involve:
- Lacerated nerves
- Burning nerves
- Severing nerves
- Cutting nerves
If you or a loved one has suffered nerve damage and you think it may be as a result of a doctor's standard of care breach please contact one of our Cleveland Ohio lawyers today. We offer free and confidential communications, and there is no attorney fee unless we recover for you.