Connecticut Medical Malpractice & Nerve Damage
Connecticut medical malpractice occurs in several ways: failure to order proper testing or referrals to specialists, failure to inform the patient of less invasive alternative procedures, and actual mistakes during surgery, treatments or procedures.
Occasionally negligence by a healthcare provider can cause nerve damage. It can vary from mild discomfort to extremely severe causing paralysis. The most common nerve injuries due to negligence are:
- Traction or stretching of the nerve during treatment
- Laceration of the nerve during a surgical procedure
- Compression or pressure on the nerve during treatment
- Injury from drug injection
If you or your loved one has suffered nerve damage from a healthcare provider or physician it’s important you contact an experienced attorney. Our Connecticut medical malpractice team includes doctor/attorney, Bob Messey, and nurse/attorney, Gayle Sullivan, who will begin an immediate medical and legal investigation.