Surgery mistakes cost lives. Let Siegfried and Jensen’s medical malpractice lawyers help you.
Surgical mistakes commonly associated with negligence include: wrong site surgery, wrong patient surgery, organ perforation or puncture, use of unsanitary surgical instruments, and surgical instruments left inside the body.
You Need An Attorney Who’ll Fight For You and Your Family
Medical malpractice claims and lawsuits are about keeping families and communities safe. Victims of surgical mistakes have a right to monetary compensation (a settlement) for medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, diminished earning capacity, lost income, and other costs and losses.
But lawsuits that hold healthcare providers accountable for misdiagnosis do more than help the victims and their families — they help make our families and our communities safer by making sure that the medical care we all receive meets minimal quality standards.
Help protect your loved ones. Hold wrongdoers accountable for their negligence.
Finding the Right Utah Medical Malpractice Attorney For You
Count on Siegfried and Jensen’s experienced medical malpractice lawyers to fight for you.
If you’ve been injured as a result of surgery, you should talk to a medical malpractice attorney immediately. Medical malpractice cases can be very complex, and it takes specialized legal and medical expertise to prove liability on the part of the healthcare provider. In addition, your claim must be filed within a certain period of time after the injury happened. If you wait beyond this “statute of limitations”, you will not be able to file a legal claim.
When you work with our experienced injury attorneys, you can expect the best:
- We’ll answer your questions and address your concerns throughout the entire process.
- We’ll pull together the information needed to build your case, including medical records, insurance policies, expert testimony, etc.
- We’ll make sure that everybody plays by the rules and treats you fairly.
- We’ll help you get what you need to recover your old life or adapt to a new one.