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Neurological & Neurosurgery Injuries

Helping The Victims Of Neurosurgery Malpractice In Kentucky

For many people suffering from medical problems, surgery can improve their lives. With advancements in medical technology, surgery is safer than ever before, but it still has its risks. If you have suffered injuries or neurological damage as a result of surgical negligence, you deserve your fair share of compensation.

At the law office of O’Brien Batten Kirtley & Coomer, PLLC, in Lexington, we provide people with a helping hand from an attorney who cares. The attorneys at O’Brien Batten Kirtley & Coomer, PLLC, have been helping people like you recover for more than 80 years and are dedicated to improving people’s lives.

Get the compensation you deserve. Call 859-554-4727 today to schedule a free initial consultation with a skilled neurosurgery malpractice lawyer.

Misdiagnosis And Failures To Respond

Medical professionals such as doctors, surgeons and nurses have a responsibility to properly diagnose injuries and illness and communicate with other members of the staff to make sure patients are properly treated. Also, when there are changes in the condition of a patient, they need to act quickly to make sure someone responds to the changing situation.

Our firm provides victims of misdiagnosis of injuries and illness with an aggressive pursuit of justice. We understand it’s hard to take legal action against your local hospital, but people need to be held accountable for their actions. You deserve compensation for what you have gone through.

Equipment Left Behind?

While the Boy Scout motto is “be prepared,” another principle they abide by is to “leave the campground in better shape than how you found it.” The same should go for surgeons. But there have been a disturbing number of cases where surgeons leave items such as scalpels and sponges inside of their patients.

Contact Us Today

If you were injured as a result of negligence before, during or after surgery or as a result of misdiagnosis, contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced neurosurgery negligence attorney.