Compensation For Injuries Caused By Surgical Errors
Whenever we visit a medical professional, we trust them to give us competent care, and we fully (and rightfully) expect that we will be in better physical condition after receiving their care. This is especially true when we submit to surgery: We literally put our lives in the hands of the surgeons we trust.
If you have been hurt or lost someone you love by a negligent surgeon, we can help you. At Yonke Law LLC, we have more than 20 years of experience helping clients in all types of medical malpractice claims throughout the Kansas City, Missouri, area. We will help you through your case and help you get the compensation you deserve.
Our attorneys represent clients in surgical error cases involving:
- Surgery on and amputation of the wrong body part
- Unnecessary surgery
- Inadequate preparation and training
- Engaging in surgery while fatigued
- The influence of drugs or alcohol
- Leaving surgical instruments in the body after surgery
- Other errors
While it might be hard to believe that surgeons would enter into surgery after drinking or lacking proper understanding of what they are doing, it does happen, and all too frequently. At Yonke Law LLC, our lawyers hold surgeons accountable, and we will help you obtain the best compensation award available.
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We take medical malpractice claims on contingency, and we offer free consultations, so you will not have to pay anything until we win your case. Call us right away at (816) 221-6400 or email us.
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