Justice And Compensation For Those Harmed By Surgical Errors
There is an element of faith in all medical care — surgery is no exception. Even minor surgeries have the remote possibility of fatal complications. There are very few times in any person’s life where such a dramatic level of control is handed over to someone else so completely.
So many things can go wrong during a surgery, including:
- Operating on the wrong body part (wrong-site surgery)
- Leaving a sponge or other foreign object inside a person
- Nicking or perforating blood vessels, nerves or organs
- Failing to monitor a person’s recovery after a surgery
Help Finding Out What Went Wrong
Too often, when there is a mistake in or after a surgery that causes harm, the doctor and the hospital or clinic will put up a wall of silence. Complete denials of error are the norm in many cases. How do you penetrate that reluctance to say what really happened? We have extensive experience building highly effective medical malpractice cases, and we have secured record verdicts for our clients. We understand how to secure the medical records necessary for us to understand what went wrong and who was at fault.
Trial Experience You Can Place Your Trust In
At the Howell Law Firm, PC, we use our ability to cut through dense medical evidence to create just results for our clients. Attorney Robb Howell has 17 years of experience helping those who have been injured in their pursuit of justice and just compensation for their injuries. His strength as a litigator is known in Colquitt County and the Southern Georgia legal community. He has been recognized for the quality of his representation when he was awarded an AV Preeminent* rating from Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review rating service, the highest rating, and in being named as a Georgia Super Lawyer/Rising Star from 2009 to 2013 and as a Super Lawyer in 2016.
We accept surgical error cases on a contingency fee basis.
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