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Malpractice In Surgery


Every surgery has some element of risk, even if the military doctor does everything right. As a result, just because you develop a complication during or after surgery does not mean your military doctor was negligent.  However, there are also complications from negligence. For example, cutting the “wrong” thing, forgetting a critical step, or doing surgery the wrong way. There can also be problems before and/or after surgery, such as failing to perform a careful pre-op exam and failure to monitor for complications.

The military medical malpractice lawyers at Brown Law have successfully handled cases involving malpractice before, during and after surgery at Army, Navy, Air Force and VA hospitals.   If you suffered an unexpected complication from surgery we can help you too. Please contact us today for a free case evaluation from an experienced military medical malpractice attorney.

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