Pursuing Compensation For Surgical Errors

Most surgeries are scary enough on their own. You should not have to fear emerging from surgery with additional medical issues or your life being put in danger. Unfortunately, too many surgical errors still occur.

When surgical malpractice causes you additional complications such as disability and disfigurement, or it leads to the death of a loved one, turn to The Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd P.A. in Fayetteville, North Carolina, for help. We have secured millions for clients across the state using cutting-edge technologies to build strong claims that clearly illustrate where surgeons made errors.

We are led by founding attorney Wade E. Byrd, who has more than 40 years of medical malpractice trial experience. He has earned a reputation throughout North Carolina and the southeast for knowing how to get results for medical malpractice victims.

Surgery Errors Have Serious Consequences for Patients

Surgery is risky, no matter how "routine" it is. However, there are steps that doctors can take to manage risk and put you in the best position for a successful outcome. When they fail to perform the proper due diligence or expose you to techniques with little chance of success, you can be left suffering.

We have experience dealing with errors like:

Our lawyers utilize computer animation and simulation programs to better explain to juries what the surgery entailed and where an error was made. Coupled with ample evidence about what a surgical error victim's life is like since the surgery, we are able to make a compelling case for our clients.

Call Attorneys With More Than 40 Years of Success

At The Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd P.A., you will not just be viewed as another case. We work for each and every client to help him or her secure maximum compensation that will address present and future needs. To learn more, schedule a free consultation by calling our office in Fayetteville at 910-779-3135. If you cannot come to us, we will travel anywhere in the state to better serve you.