Maryland and Washington D.C. Medical Malpractice Attorneys Protect You After an Abdominal Bowel Injury When Doctor Negligence Causes Harm, Our Lawyers Protect Your Rights in Baltimore, MD and Washington D.C.

Injuries sustained to either the large or small intestines can result in everything from a costly, extended hospital stay to death. In the worst case scenarios, patients who suffer bowel injuries can develop bacteria that then circulate through the blood vessels and infect the entire body, causing them to go into septic shock.  For those who have suffered an intestinal injury as a result of medical malpractice, hospital negligence or surgical errors, finding an experienced Baltimore medical malpractice attorney is crucial to successfully litigating a fair outcome to the case. Medical malpractice cases involving bowel injuries are hard to prove due to the need to prove negligence on the part of a doctor or medical facility. Not all bowel injuries are the result of doctor or hospital error, and proving that yours was requires a skilled attorney. With two convenient office locations in Baltimore, Maryland and Washington D.C., the experienced legal team at Schochor, Staton, Goldberg and Cardea, P.A. is ready to review your claim.

Types of Abdominal Bowel Injuries

The two most common abdominal bowel injuries involve perforations to the bowel and the failure to recognize these perforations. Most successful injury lawsuits revolve around the following bowel injuries:

  1. Puncture to the bowel wall during an abdominal procedure.
  2. Tissue injuries or infection / inflammation that causes perforation of the bowel which goes undiagnosed

With the help of a dedicated Baltimore medical malpractice lawyer, you can get the compensation you need to aid in your recovery from a bowel injury.

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