Surgical Errors


Many risks are associated with surgery, and surgeons may not be able to prevent all adverse effects. However, injuries that are attributable to a deviation from the standard of care that surgeons and doctors are to adhere to are not acceptable. Injuries that result from distraction, insufficient skill, or sheer negligence require the assistance of an attorney. At Zayed Law Offices, we ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve when you suffer from a preventable injury at the hands of a medical professional. A Chicago area attorney at Zayed Law Offices will hold the negligent parties responsible whether it is an anesthesiologist, doctor, surgeon or hospital.

In the event of a personal injury due to surgical error, nothing can fully restore you to your position prior to your accident. However, a Chicago area attorney at Zayed Law Offices will ensure that you receive maximum compensation for your loss. We will also ensure that you receive the financial resources you will need, now and in the future.

Types of Surgical Error Cases that we handle

There can be many causes for surgical errors including inexperience, inattention or negligence. Common types of surgery errors that we handle include:

  • Failure to treat complications of surgery
  • Unnecessary surgery
  • Failure to monitor breathing
  • Anesthesia errors
  • Leaving foreign objects inside the body during surgery
  • Spinal fusion
  • Neurological surgery
  • Orthopedic surgery
  • Cosmetic procedures
  • Gastric bypass surgery
  • Heart surgery

Recovering full compensation can be extremely difficult in surgical error cases without the help of an experienced medical malpractice attorney. It can also be very difficult to learn the truth and the full extent of any error from hospitals and doctors. This is in part because surgeons and hospitals will not admit to having committed medical malpractice in the event of such an occurrence. Hospitals and doctors will avoid informing victims and their families of a surgical error or a of departure from the requisite standard of care.