Skilled Neurosurgery Malpractice Lawyers
- Over 40 Years of Experience
- More Than $3 Billion Secured for Our Clients
- Thousands of Lives Changed
Neurosurgeons have a very important role in the healthcare industry, but sometimes they make mistakes. When these mistakes occur due to negligence, the doctor remains responsible. If you or a loved one has been a victim of neurosurgery malpractice, you might be entitled to compensation.
For over 40 years, Janet, Janet & Suggs has worked with clients to uncover the truth and recover compensation in a variety of cases, including neurosurgery malpractice. Our surgical malpractice lawyers are very familiar with medical negligence lawsuits and claims involving neurosurgery. We can work with you to determine if you have a claim and build a strong case on your behalf.
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What to Know About Neurosurgery Malpractice Cases
Although advancements in neurosurgery have resulted in safer outcomes for brain and spinal surgeries, there are still serious risks when going under the knife. During some of these delicate surgeries, a neurosurgeon's neglect or inaction could easily cause serious injuries. A wrong move during a spinal surgery could result in paralysis, and a misdiagnosis could cause death. Here are some additional questions our clients ask:
What Does a Neurosurgeon Do?
Neurosurgeons treat conditions affecting the brain and central nervous system with surgical procedures. After graduating from medical school, these medical professionals must complete a neurosurgery residency program that can take between five to seven years because the medical training is so complex.
They may operate on the brain, spinal cord and nerves to heal or improve function after trauma, injuries, or illness. They may work with neurologists and other medical doctors to diagnose and treat a variety of neurological conditions. Some types of conditions that neurosurgeons work on include:
- Brain or spinal infections
- Tumors involving the brain, nerves, spinal cord, spine, or skull
- Nerve compression or injuries
- Degenerative diseases of the spine
- Shunt revisions
- Traumatic injuries to the brain, nerves, spinal cord, bones of the spine, or skull
- Stroke, aneurysms, brain hemorrhages, and other neuromuscular disorders
What Types of Cases Do Neurosurgery Malpractice Lawyers Handle?
During our 40+ years of experience, JJS attorneys have handled a variety of neurosurgery malpractice cases that resulted from various circumstances. Common cases involve:
- Bleeding in the brain
- Irreversible brain damage from a surgical procedure
- Heart attacks caused by pressure on the brain
- Strokes due to blood clots
- Nerve damage or paralysis due to a misaligned cut
- Brain infection
- Delayed diagnosis of an obvious problem
- Miscalculation in medication
- Failure to inform the patient of risks
- Incorrect diagnosis from improper interpretation of test result
How Much Compensation Am I Entitled To?
Compensation may depend on the severity of the injury as well as the impacts it's had on you as a survivor or on the survivor's family. Types of compensation can include:
- Current and future medical costs
- Lost wages or income
- Money for equipment, therapy, and prescriptions needed due to the injury
- Funeral expenses
- Pain and suffering, mental anguish, and other emotional damages
How a Neurosurgery Malpractice Lawyer Can Help With Your Case
The laws on medical malpractice are rather complex, which means it's best to have expert legal representation to file, manage and fight for your claim. Neurosurgery malpractice lawyers know the intricacies of the law and can make sure all the paperwork is filed within specific timeframes.
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
Our neurosurgery malpractice lawyers work on cases all across the country. Our attorneys practice in Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.
Why Choose Janet, Janet & Suggs for Your Neurosurgery Malpractice Case?
One of the most important decisions you can make when filing a malpractice case is who you hire to represent you. Our 40+ year track record of success has resulted in more than $3 billion in verdicts and settlements for our clients. We consistently take on difficult cases involving some of the country's largest and most prestigious organizations and come out on top.
We achieved a $6 million settlement for infliction of a spinal injury during a diagnostic procedure. The patient suffered a permanent spinal injury that left him a quadriplegic. We also successfully fought for a $5.9 million verdict after a surgeon failed to diagnose and perform surgery promptly to treat a spinal blood clot following back surgery. Failure to do so resulted in permanent damage to our client.
JJS lawyers have also authored numerous articles, have been the lead or sole author of multiple books about medical malpractice. Our lawyers are frequently called upon by trial lawyer associations to educate other lawyers about how to most effectively represent patients in medical malpractice cases. Books include Representing Plaintiffs in Medical Malpractice Cases and Navigating a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit, both published by Thomson Reuters, as well as Patient’s Rights and Doctor’s Wrongs: Secrets to a Safer Pregnancy and Childbirth.
If you or a loved one has suffered due to neurosurgery malpractice, reach out to us for a free, no-obligation consultation. We have the skills, experience, and compassion to help you hold negligent parties responsible and recover the compensation due to you.