We Are Experienced Anesthesia Malpractice Lawyers
- Over 40 Years of Experience
- More Than $3 Billion Secured for Our Clients
- Thousands of Lives Changed
Whether you visit your doctor for a routine procedure or an emergency, you entrust your health and well-being to your medical team. Although medical professionals routinely administer anesthesia, errors can and do happen. If the anesthesiologist makes a mistake during a surgical procedure, you could suffer from significant pain, debilitating brain damage, or other long-term injuries or disabilities.
If you or a loved one is a victim of anesthesia errors, you may be able to take legal action. Get answers to common questions about these kinds of cases, and learn how an experienced law firm can help.
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What to Know About Anesthesia Malpractice Cases
Many anesthesia malpractice victims may be confused about what constitutes medical malpractice and who is considered liable for it. At Janet, Janet & Suggs, our experienced attorneys can answer any questions you have about your legal options.
What Is Anesthesia Malpractice?
This type of malpractice happens when an anesthesiologist commits an error during surgery. Medical malpractice means the anesthesiologist is negligent, or that they failed to uphold a standard of care, resulting in injury or illness.
When Does It Occur?
Because anesthesiologists generally work in operating rooms, these mistakes typically happen during surgery. However, malpractice can also occur before or after an operation or due to defective equipment.
What Injuries Can Result From It?
Anesthesia mistakes can lead to catastrophic injuries. Some of the most common injuries include brain damage, stroke, post-traumatic stress disorder, or even death.
How Much Compensation Can I Recover?
Compensation typically depends on the financial losses and non-economic damages you suffered. You may be able to recover compensation for medical bills, lost wages, reduced earning potential, and pain and suffering. If anesthesia errors caused the death of a loved one, you may also be able to pursue a wrongful death lawsuit.
How Much Time Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?
If you believe that you or a loved one were injured by anesthesia malpractice, you may find yourself dealing with pain, suffering, and quality of life issues. It's in your best interest to contact a medical malpractice attorney immediately to discuss your options.
Each state has its own statute of limitations for medical malpractice cases. These guidelines determine the maximum amount of time that can pass before you can no longer pursue compensation. That means you have to act as soon as possible, so you don't lose an opportunity to recover compensation.
How an Anesthesia Malpractice Lawyer Can Help With Your Case
Anesthesia malpractice cases can be particularly complex. Your legal team must be prepared to make a convincing case against your healthcare provider. Because many medical professionals have powerful defense attorneys and may obscure evidence of negligence, these cases can become challenging quickly.
That's why it's critical to pursue your case with the guidance of an experienced malpractice law firm like Janet, Janet & Suggs.
Meet the Janet, Janet & Suggs’ Medical Malpractice Team
Howard Janet has uncovered medical mistakes that other lawyers have missed and represented clients throughout much of the country, recovering record-breaking results. He has authored multiple books, including Navigating a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit, Representing Plaintiffs in Medical Malpractice Cases as lead author and Patients’ Rights and Doctors’ Wrongs—Secrets to a Safer Pregnancy and Childbirth, which he co-authored with Dr. Giles Manley.
Ken Suggs served as president of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (now known as the American Association of Justice), the leading national plaintiff’s bar association, and has been a relentless advocate for his clients for over 40 years.
Dr. Giles Manley is a board-certified physician who practiced medicine for 20 years before becoming a medical malpractice attorney. He has won a number of seven-figure verdicts on behalf of his clients, combining his medical knowledge and legal experience to secure monumental victories for his clients.
Gerald Jowers represents patients who have been harmed by medical malpractice, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices, recovering extraordinary results for clients and their families at the settlement table and in the courtroom.
Locations We Serve
The knowledgeable medical malpractice attorneys at Janet, Janet & Suggs proudly serve medical malpractice survivors and their families across the nation. Our attorneys are licensed to represent clients in nearly a dozen states and districts, including:
- New Jersey
- New York
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
- Washington, D.C.
However, our legal team's reach extends far beyond this list. Many of our attorneys have been granted court approval to practice in additional states nationwide.
Why Choose Janet, Janet & Suggs for Your Anesthesia Malpractice Case?
To Janet, Janet & Suggs, you and your family are much more than a medical malpractice case. We provide all our clients with the same level of care we would want for ourselves and our families. Because we also offer resources that only a large firm could provide, we deliver the best of both worlds. Additionally, we have team members on staff who have worked as medical professionals in the past. Their breadth of experience affords us an intimate and nuanced understanding of medical law, standard practices, and what patients should expect from medical procedures.
Our team has a 40+ year track record pursuing complex legal cases. Here are just a few examples of prior anesthesia malpractice cases we’ve been able to successfully litigate on behalf of our clients:
- $5.5 Million for Anesthesia Error: Our team obtained this settlement for a client who was left in a vegetative state due to anesthesia-related complications that the medical team neglected to recognize and address.
- $5.5 Million for Anesthesia Mistake: Our team obtained this verdict for a client who experienced a brain injury and quadriplegia due to an anesthesia mistake.
When you partner with our experienced team, we'll work closely with you throughout the entire legal process. We continually strive to help you make smart decisions so you can get the best possible results for your case.
The experienced malpractice attorneys at Janet, Janet & Suggs are committed to helping you get the compensation you deserve. Contact us today to arrange a free legal consultation, and find out how to work with a malpractice law firm committed to seeking the justice you deserve.