ROBOTIC SURGERY MALPRACTICE

Injuries Due to Robotic Surgery Malpractice

Have you suffered as a result of the medical negligence of robot assisted surgery?

While a robotic medical device failure may be implicated as a cause of surgical errors, there are unfortunate instances where a surgeon is responsible for unexpected complications. This is known as medical malpractice, as compared to what we call a product liability suit against the manufacturer of the robot.

Contact us today online or by telephone at 1.800.387.4262 to speak with a knowledgeable and nationally recognized robotic surgery lawyer. We have started malpractice suits in New York for these events, and are capable of analyzing cases elsewhere and finding local counsel to associate with us in bringing suit.

CONTACT US NOW FOR MORE

INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR RIGHTS

Improper operation or outright carelessness by a physician may cause the severing of vital organs, such as blood vessels, ureters and the intestines. Using the da Vinci Surgical System Robot (manufactured by Intuitive Surgical, Inc., in Sunnyvale, CA) creates risks as doctors are not being adequately trained by the company. Questions are arising as to how well doctors are trained on these complicated machines before they regularly perform surgeries with them.

Medical Malpractice suits involving Intuitive Surgical Robotic Devices may allege:

  • Vaginal cuff dehiscence
  • Uncontrolled bleeding
  • Organ puncture
  • Burns
  • Death
  • The careless and negligent use of the da Vinci Robotic Surgical device
  • Tears of the intestines, blood vessels or ureters The incorrect and catastrophic removal of limbs and organs

Our attorneys have successfully handled numerous lawsuits and have won many verdicts and settlements for people who have suffered during a surgery which included the use of computerized equipment. We offer our clients personal, attentive and individualized service from a skilled team of attorneys.

Posted on April 25, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.

Comments are closed.