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Surgical Device Injury Lawyer In Long Island

The act of leaving a surgical device behind in a patient’s body is one of the most common surgical errors resulting in serious injury or death. Ironically, it is also one of the most preventable errors. The effects of this medical error can cause substantial injury and even death.

In an effort to obtain the compensation you deserve so that you can cope emotionally and financially, you must retain an experienced lawyer who will pursue the best results possible for you or your loved one.

Surgical Instruments Left In Patients In Suffolk County Is Medical Malpractice

At The Raimondo Law Firm, our surgical device injury attorney serving Long Island and New York has more than 30 years of trial experience in personal injury and medical malpractice. Each case is prepared for trial and thoroughly investigated. We understand that you are facing an overwhelming amount of emotion and stress, and we are determined to help relieve these pressures as you heal and prepared for a brighter future.

We have worked on cases in which many different types of surgical implements have been left behind in a patient’s body, including:

  • Sponges (most common)
  • Forceps
  • Scalpels
  • Needles
  • Suction tips
  • Scissors
  • Tubes
  • Lap pads
  • Gauze
  • Contaminated equipment

Leaving a surgical instrument behind in a patient’s body is easily preventable. When it occurs, it is considered medical malpractice. Mr. Raimondo is prepared to aggressively advocate for the best outcome possible for you and your family.

Contact The Raimondo Law Firm For A Free Initial Consultation

We offers a free initial consultation, which can take place in our Lake Grove office on Long Island or in your home or hospital room. Our Long Island medical malpractice lawyer will come to you, with no obligation, to advise you on the possible courses of action to recover damages.

Many of our cases are referred to The Raimondo Law Firm by other attorneys and past clients. You can email us or call toll free at 631-471-1222. Our staff members speak fluent Spanish and Greek and we can accommodate any other language.