Anesthesia Errors

Maximize Your Injury Compensation

Medical professionals who handle anesthesia must be highly trained and understand how to properly sedate a patient without compromising his or her health or safety. Patients essentially put their lives in the hands of anesthetists and anesthesiologists.

If you or a loved one has suffered serious injuries, such as an infection, as the result of an anesthesia error, the experienced attorneys at Keogh Crispi can advocate for your best interests. Our medical malpractice experience is extensive, and our skilled attorneys will seek full and fair compensation for your injuries to make sure negligent parties are held accountable for their actions.

Please contact Keogh Crispi to schedule a free consultation and case evaluation with an attorney at 212-518-2417.

The Dangers Of Anesthesia

While under anesthesia, an individual's normal resistance completely disappears. The patient is unable to react to things that he or she normally would be able to, and the functionality of all major organs is lowered. There are many risks when a person undergoes anesthesia, which is why the anesthesiologist's job is critical.

We will work with expert medical professionals who can provide authoritative testimony about the issues of your case and take initiative in the investigation process. Our attorneys have the experience and skills to handle even the most complex cases and are fully prepared to take your case to trial if a fair settlement cannot be reached through negotiations.

Contact Our Medical Malpractice Lawyers Today

Protect your interests and contact our firm. Our lawyers are available 24 hours a day, and we can meet with you during evening and weekend hours, at your home or at the hospital.

Please call us at 212-518-2417 or complete our online contact form to schedule a free consultation and case evaluation. Our New York City lawyers understand the nuances of anesthesia error cases, and we can make the difference necessary to obtain your maximum recovery compensation, including past, present and future losses and damages.