You Relied On Your Doctors, But Your Surgery Caused More Damage
When you went in for your hip replacement, knee replacement or any other total replacement, you were probably concerned about the replacement not taking – or possibly being defective. Yet, since shoulder, hip, knee and other total joint replacements are pretty common today, and surgeons are well-respected medical professionals, you probably didn’t expect the surgery itself to cause you harm. Now, you are left picking up the pieces of something that should have helped you but has left you feeling worse than ever.
You have every right to be frustrated. You have every reason to want answers. You can and should hold the person accountable, who caused you harm.
The Law Office of Robert A. Miller has successfully pursued compensation for injured patients throughout Oregon for more than 35 years. We will work hard to get you the answers you are entitled to and the compensation you deserve after an orthopedic injury.
Was It Negligence?
Determining whether your injury is the result of malpractice is complicated. Some injuries are unpredictable such as certain infections, allergic reactions and joint loosening. Others should never happen. No matter what your injury, there may have been steps for your surgeon to take to minimize the risks. Perhaps your surgeon failed to warn you of the dangers or encouraged you to have a procedure you simply didn’t need.
We can investigate and pursue compensation for orthopedic malpractice, including, but not limited to:
- Total knee replacement injury
- Total hip replacement injury/total hip arthroplasty (THA) injury
- Total shoulder replacement injury
These are the questions we must ask: Did each medical professional act in accordance with the known medical standards when recommending the operation, performing the surgery and taking care of you after your operation? If not, were you injured as a result of that negligence?
To get answers, I have hired professionals from all over the world who are able to review my clients’ cases and explain what happened, why it happened and whether there is a case. Their knowledge, combined with my experience and reputation in the medical malpractice industry, can make a real difference in a case.
Injured In Oregon? Contact The Law Office of Robert A. Miller.
If you suspect you are the victim of a botched total surgery, call 541-359-4331 to speak with a lawyer. You can also send an email. We take all orthopedic malpractice cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you will owe nothing in attorney fees until you win.