Miami Post-Operative Hemorrhage
If you’re experiencing excessive bleeding due to a doctor’s negligence, then this Miami Post-Operative Hemorrhage Lawyer may be able to help. Hemorrhaging is defined as heavy bleeding. It may occur after negligent medical treatment. For example, surgery may cause internal bleeding.
Hemorrhaging may occur if one of your organs or tissue was nicked or punctured during the procedure. If it occurred due to your surgeon’s negligence, then you may have a medical malpractice case against the doctor.
Because hemorrhaging may occur after an operation, it is the doctor’s responsibility to monitor the patient and follow-up with him/her. If the doctor doesn’t do this and hemorrhaging occurs as a result, then the doctor will be responsible.
If you’ve been the victim of a post-operative hemorrhage anyplace in the State of Florida (including Palm Beach County, West Palm Beach, Miami and Miami-Dade County), call Mr. Quackenbush at 954-448-7288. This Miami Post-Operative Hemorrhage Law Firm can help to get you the compensation you deserve. Mr. Quackenbush will give you a consultation regarding your case at no charge to you.This Miami Post-Operative Hemorrhage Lawyer Helps the Victims of Excessive Bleeding
Negligent wound treatment may also lead to hemorrhaging after a surgery. For example, during many surgeries, the body is opened up in order to allow the surgeon to see inside and perform the procedure. In order to do this, an incision is typically made in the skin. After the surgery, the wound must typically be cared for. However, if this isn’t done, then hemorrhaging may occur.
Hemorrhaging may occur either right after a surgery or much later on. Internal bleeding that occurs after the surgery may not be noticed immediately by the patient. This is because the bleeding is on the inside of the body. As a result, the patient may not notice it until it’s too late.
If your loved one has passed away as a result of post-surgical hemorrhaging, then you may be able to pursue a wrongful death case on your loved one’s behalf. In that case, an estate will be set-up. Somebody (typically a relative or family member) will be appointed as the personal representative of the estate. The proceeds from the case will go to the survivors or beneficiaries of the estate.Direction for Clients of this South Florida Post-Surgical Bleeding Law Firm
Blood naturally clots (or coagulates). This means that, when the body is bleeding (either internally or through an opening/laceration in the skin), the blood will naturally clot and stop the bleeding.
However, sometimes the body can have problems with coagulation. If this occurs, then either internal bleeding or bleeding from a wound can occur. This frequently happens after a surgery. That is why it is extremely important for a patient to be properly monitored after a procedure.
After a surgical procedure, it may benefit a hospital to discharge you as quickly as possible. That is, hospitals may get paid based on how many patients they treat. If you are kept in the hospital too long, then that means one less patient will be treated – and the hospital will get paid less. As such, the hospital may be motivated to discharge you as soon as possible. If Mr. Quackenbush is able to prove this through testimony or hospital records, then he will utilize this information to help get you the compensation you deserve.This Broward County Post-Procedure Hemorrhaging Attorney/Law is Willing to Talk for Free
Call 954-448-7288 if you’ve been the victim of excessive bleeding after a surgery anyplace in Miami-Dade County (including Aventura, Coral Gables, Cutler Bay, Doral, Florida City, Hialeah, Hialeah Gardens, Homestead, Key Biscayne, Miami Beach, Miami Gardens, Miami Lakes, North Miami, North Miami Beach, Opa-Locka, Palmetto Bay, Pinecrest, South Miami, and Sunny Isles Beach). Mr. Quackenbush will happily talk to you about all aspects of your case free of charge.