Representing Victims Of Brain And Spinal Surgery Errors

Any time a neurosurgeon operates on the brain or spine, the risks to the patient are high. While no doctor can promise that a surgery will be successful, we have a right to expect that the doctor will meet a reasonable standard of care.

If you have suffered a serious injury because a neurologist or neurosurgeon failed to meet a reasonable standard of care, you may have a case of medical malpractice against the doctor. At the law firm of Tucker & Miller in Phoenix, Arizona, our lawyers offer a free initial consultation to evaluate your case. Call us now at 602-870-5511.

Our lawyers handle all types of medical malpractice cases involving neurosurgery, including:

  • Brain surgery errors, such as damaging a blood vessel in the brain, resulting in stroke or bleeding;
  • Spinal surgery errors resulting in damage to nerves or the spinal cord; and
  • Damage to major sense organs such as the eye during surgery.

Was My Neurosurgeon Negligent In Causing My Injury?

In some cases, there is nothing a doctor could have done to prevent a bad outcome. However, there are times when the patient’s injuries result from something the neurologist did wrong. Examples are failing to stabilize the vertebrae during spinal surgery, failing to refer a patient to an orthopedic surgeon when necessary or operating on a patient when the risks outweigh the benefits. When a neurologist makes mistakes, the unfortunate results could range from intransigent pain, blurred or lost vision, paralysis or even death.

For More Information About A Potential Neurologist Malpractice Claim

To discuss your neurologist medical malpractice case with an attorney at Tucker & Miller, call 602-870-5511 or fill out our online contact form. There is no charge for your initial consultation. Se habla español.

Verdicts & Settlements

  • $18.0 Million – Emergency Room- Failure to Diagnose
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