Anesthesia Error Attorney Located in Santa Clarita
Helping Dental Malpractice Victims Seek Justice
If you have ever been given anesthesia before a dental procedure, you know how important it is to prevent pain during the treatment. While anesthesia is a common and generally reliable sedative, it must be administered appropriately.
Erroneous administration can be incredibly dangerous. If you were the victim of an anesthesia error, you deserve to seek compensation for the harm you were subjected to. As an experienced Santa Clarita dental malpractice attorney with over 30 years of experience as a dentist, I am ready to stand by your side, fight for your rights, and hold the responsible party accountable.
Dental Anesthesia Side Effects
Dentists and anesthesiologists can botch administration in a number of ways. It is possible that you were given a dosage that was too high or too low, or that they failed to administer anesthesia at all. To seek justice, you first have to pinpoint an anesthesia mistake as the cause of your condition.
Some of the symptoms of improperly administered anesthesia include:
- Permanent numbness
- Tongue or tooth trauma
- Respiratory problems
- Throat pain
- Brain injuries
As soon as you notice something wrong after a dental appointment, be sure to consult with a trusted medical professional at a different practice. Explain the procedure you underwent and allow a doctor to assess your condition.
Helping Injury Victims Pursue Anesthesia Lawsuits
If malpractice is potentially at play, seek legal assistance right away. I encourage you to consult with me about your situation.
When I take on a dental malpractice case, I thoroughly investigate every aspect of the:
- Anesthesia administrator
I perform in-depth research of the law as it relates to the circumstances of the case at hand. My clients can rest easy knowing that I have everything under control and that I am exploring every option available. I will do what it takes to help you achieve a favorable resolution and obtain the compensation you deserve.