Taking Good Care of Our Clients for Over 25 Years
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Why Call the Polewski Firm?
Lawyers who do not routinely handle malpractice and Wrongful Death cases involving errors by Arkansas surgeons simply do not know what to look for it the medical records, and do not have the knowledge necessary to win a trial involving medical malpractice in surgery.
And we’re not afraid to go against a powerful local hospital or doctor. We're not in the local Rotary club and we don't golf with local doctors. Our kids don't go to the same school. These cases are no place for rookies, and no place for lawyers who are buddies with the doctors you may have to sue.
On a Mission to Make Things Better
Medical malpractice cases are not just about money. The #1 reason our clients hire us is to prevent other families from suffering like they did.
They want to make the malpractice stop.
Of course we get compensation for our client's losses and the harm they suffered.
But if you're looking for lawyers on a mission to prevent what happened to your family from happening to someone else, then we're your kind of lawyers.
Contact Us Right Now. Tomorrow May Be Too Late.
There are laws which prevent people injured by medical malpractice and Wrongful Death from being able to sue if they wait too long, no matter how bad the malpractice was, and no matter how badly the patient was hurt.
Every day you wait to contact a lawyer may be the day that it becomes too late to sue-or a witness disappears, or a key record is lost.
What Really Happened?
Your doctor will never tell you that he committed medical malpractice in surgery. Nor will other Arkansas doctors tell you that your doctor committed surgery medical malpractice. The “conspiracy of silence” is very real, and very powerful.
Sometimes it's obvious that a surgeon has committed malpractice. Other times our clients only suspect that there has been surgical malpractice. Something didn’t seem right, or the explanation for what happened didn’t sound right-or the doctor who did the surgery refuses to talk to you at all.
When you hire us, you get a team that will get you the answers you deserve.
Many Types of Surgical Malpractice – But Always the Same Cause
Surgeons have equipment and techniques available to them today that were undreamed of even a decade ago.
Yet people are still injured and killed by surgery malpractice: tens of thousands of Americans every year, according to every major study of the problem.
Why? Because no matter how advanced surgery techniques and technology become, surgeons will continue to make mistakes caused by inattention and failure to follow basic safety rules. The best equipment doesn’t help when a surgeon isn’t paying attention to what he is cutting. The fanciest robot can’t prevent a surgeon from being sloppy or cutting corners.
This unnecessary suffering is inexcusable in this age of advanced science and knowledge.
Common Surgery Malpractice Cases
Our malpractice and Wrongful Death lawyers see some of the same medical mistakes made over and over again in common surgical procedures such as:
- Surgery medical malpractice during hysterectomy
- Medical malpractice during gall bladder surgery (also known as laparoscopic cholecystectomy)
- Surgery malpractice during back surgery
- Surgery malpractice during lap band, gastric bypass or gastric sleeve surgery (also known as bariatric or weight loss surgery)
- Medical malpractice by surgeons after the operation is over (postoperative care malpractice)
- Medical malpractice during cosmetic surgery such as liposuction, breast implants and rhinoplasty
- Malpractice by podiatrists (foot doctors)
There is no reason to wait: We never charge a penny for the consultation. Call Polewski & Associates today at 501-404-0062.