At Chambers & Aholt, LLP, individuals and families have a strong advocate after serious accidents involving anesthesia. If you or a loved one has suffered serious harm related to anesthesia care during an operation in a Georgia hospital, dental office or medical clinic, contact us to schedule a free consultation.

Medical Malpractice attorney in Decatur and Atlanta, GA

When Is a Difficult Surgical Result Evidence of Anesthesia Malpractice? Reasonable people may understand that some anesthesia complications are essentially accidents such as when someone's body chemistry has an unexpected reaction to an anesthetic. But all too often, at our law practice in Atlanta, we uncover verifiable anesthesia malpractice. Attorneys at our law firm have discovered evidence of negligence such as the following in connection with anesthesia that harmed our clients:

Insufficient communication with patients before or during surgery such as failing to instruct patients on how to prepare for a safe surgery

Failure to administer oxygen properly during surgery

Anesthesia error involving dosage of anesthetizing medications: overdose (sometimes resulting in brain damage or death) or insufficient anesthesia to block pain adequately

Errors involving intubation: delay or faulty administration of anesthesia by intubation

Failure to monitor and respond in at timely manner to indications of emergencies

Lack of alertness on the part of the anesthesiologist

Defective equipment or medications used in anesthesia

Contact a Metro Atlanta Anesthesia Malpractice Attorney

When does an anesthesia error rise to the level of medical malpractice? Where can you turn for help after a Georgia anesthesia injury? Attorneys at Chambers & Aholt, LLP, are here to listen and advise potential clients as well as people who decide to retain our law firm. We always welcome inquiries and will do our best to recommend the best course of action based on our experience. Contact us to schedule a no-obligation consultation with a knowledgeable lawyer.

We handle these cases on a contingent fee basis. If there is no recovery no fees are owed.