Surgical Errors Attorney Philadelphia | Surgical Errors Lawyer
The Weitz Firm, LLC, Philadelphia surgical errors attorney advocates on behalf of surgical error victims across the United States.
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Surgical Errors Attorney Philadelphia

Anyone who has ever undergone surgery knows how nerve-wracking it can be. You put your trust in your surgeon to be the right person for the job. What if the surgeon is distracted or does not make your health and safety their top priority?

The Dangers Of ‘Never Events’

Surgical errors are among the most dangerous ways a doctor can commit medical malpractice. The Weitz Firm, LLC

  • Wrong-site surgery
  • Leaving surgical instruments or other equipment inside the patient’s body
  • Unnecessary surgery
  • Failure to take appropriate action if complications occur
  • Not addressing post-procedure complications timely and appropriately
  • Fixing Surgical Errors

    A serious error can force you to undergo revision surgery to undo the mistake. In some cases, revision surgery and other treatments may not be able to reverse what happened to you, and yoa u must live with permanent disability. In the worst cases, families lose a member because of surgical negligence.

    Attorney Eric H. Weitz is committed to putting negligent surgeons on trial. He has secured multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements on behalf of his clients. His work as a trial lawyer has helped expose poor healthcare practices and improve the standard of medical care.

    Case Evaluations

    For an initial consultation with our lawyer, Eric H. Weitz, about your case, please call our office at 267-587-6240, or send us an email.

    Client Success

    $15.1Million
    Verdict in Topamax mass tort litigation for mothers of children who were born with cleft lip/palettes birth defects caused by undisclosed side effects of Topamax when taken during pregnancy.

    See what our clients say

    Eric was there for me every step of the way. When the jurors saw how much he cared, they cared too.
    -Anthony P.