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Can I Sue My Doctor for an Amputation Error?

When undergoing surgery, patients expect physicians to provide the best care possible. Nevertheless, mistakes can occur. 

If an amputation occurs as a result of medical negligence, you may be wondering if you can sue your doctor for an amputation error.

The answer is yes, in certain circumstances. If you have suffered an amputation as the result of a medical error, the experienced amputation lawyers at Baird Mandalas Brockstedt & Federico can help you understand your legal options. 

How Can I be Compensated for an Amputation Error?

To recover compensation for an amputation error, it must be established that your healthcare provider was negligent.

Specifically, there are four elements of medical negligence: duty, breach, injury and causation. Our experienced amputation error lawyers in Maryland will help you determine if you have a valid claim for an amputation error. 

What Damages Can I Recover?

The loss of a limb due to a medical error can result in significant life-long consequences.  Damages from an amputation error can include medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering

Our amputation error lawyers in Maryland can help you identify and calculate your damages to maximize your potential recovery.

How Our Amputation Error Lawyer in Maryland Can Help

The attorneys at Baird Mandalas Brockstedt & Federico have decades of combined experience helping victims of medical malpractice.

When you are looking to bring an amputation error claim, do not waste time with attorneys who do not have the experience and resources you need on your side.

We have long-standing relationships in the medical malpractice community that we can leverage to help strengthen your claim.

Contact our amputation error lawyers in Maryland today to schedule an appointment.

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Phil Federico is a partner at Baird Mandalas Brockstedt & Federico where he helps lead the Mass Tort / Class Action and Environmental Law practices, transitioning into these areas after beginning his career as a medical malpractice litigator.

Phil has led and been involved in historic and groundbreaking litigation with verdicts and settlements exceeding one billion dollars.

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