Anesthesia Error Attorneys in Chicago
Anesthesiologists are responsible for administering anesthesia to patients safely so medical procedures can be performed while the patient is asleep. Anesthesia errors are dangerous and can be permanently debilitating and sometimes even fatal. At the Chicago law firm of Anesi Ozmon, our attorneys hold anesthesiologists responsible for these devastating medical mistakes.
Since 1955, our law firm has provided powerful representation to injured people in Chicago and throughout Illinois. We are experienced medical malpractice litigators, and we will not settle your case for anything less than what it is worth.
Lawyers Helping Individuals and Families Recover From Anesthesia Malpractice
Anesthesia errors can result in devastating injuries, including paralysis, birth defects, brain damage, tracheal damage, spinal cord injuries and coma. Life-threatening injuries such as respiratory failure and cardiovascular failure are the most common injuries. Most of these injuries are preventable with proper monitoring.
Anesthesiologists are expected to provide a special level of care to a patient when they administer anesthesia. When an anesthesiologist fails to provide that degree of care, he or she may be liable for anesthesia malpractice. Some of the most common errors made by anesthesiologists include:
- Improper anesthesia dosage
- Improper oxygen dosage
- Delayed delivery of anesthesia
- Prolonged sedation
- Failure to properly intubate
- Failure to monitor
- Failure to detect complications
- Failure to attend to patient
- Failure to communicate with medical staff
- Administering anesthesia while impaired by drugs or alcohol
Our medical malpractice lawyers appreciate how devastating an anesthesia injury can be and are sensitive to the pain and grieving process of our clients. We look after your interests, so you can focus your energies where they matter most. If you would like to speak with one of our lawyers about your case, contact our law offices online or by telephone at 312-372-3822 or toll free at 800-458-3822.