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Anesthesia Malpractice


Anesthesia, like 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 anesthesia does not mean your military doctor was negligent.

However, there are also complications from anesthesia that typically do not happen unless a doctor was negligent. For example, waking up from the surgery blind or paralyzed, or dying during a “routine” surgery.  As a result, when one of these events happens it is a good idea to have the records reviewed by a qualified medical malpractice lawyer to see if the death was caused by negligence.

The military medical malpractice lawyers at Brown Law have successfully handled cases involving anesthesia malpractice at Navy, Air Force, and Army hospitals nationwide and overseas. If you suffered an unexpected complication from anesthesia 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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