Injured Due To A Cataract Surgery Error?
Cataract surgery is the single most commonly performed surgical procedure in the United States. Each year, ophthalmologists perform millions of eye lens replacements to correct the vision problems caused by cataracts. Almost all cataract surgeries — sometimes referred to in medical terms as phacoemulsification (“phaco”) or ECCE — are handled as outpatient procedures in surgical centers, hospitals and clinics.
Exposing Serious Surgical Errors And Failures To Deal With Complications
The vast majority of cataract surgeries are successful, with patients suffering no serious complications. However, when mistakes are made or necessary aftercare is not performed properly, patients can be seriously and permanently harmed. An unfortunate few are victimized by medical mistakes that cause permanent vision loss or the need for a far more serious, costly procedure such as a corneal transplant.
At Kammholz Rossi PLLC, you can work closely with Rochester cataract surgery errors lawyers who have effectively represented victims of medical negligence such as:
- Insertion of the wrong dye during the procedure
- Failure to properly manage and address complications that arise during cataract surgery
- Failure to recognize inflammation or other symptoms of a potentially severe infection that can cause loss of sight if not promptly and properly treated
Taking Action For Victims Of Ophthalmologist Negligence
If you or a family member has suffered serious consequences from a “botched” cataract surgery or negligent care afterward, our dedicated attorneys are here to help. Our collaborative legal team has built a track record of success in settlement negotiations and at trial, building compelling cases for our clients through diligent investigation and strategic use of highly qualified medical experts.
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We offer extensive personal attention, beginning with a free case evaluation, that is intently focused on helping individuals and families get all the compensation they deserve. To get us involved in your potential case, call 585-678-4500.