Orthopedic Injury

Scranton, Pennsylvania Orthopedic Injury Law Firm

The job of Pennsylvania orthopedic doctors and surgeons is to handle injuries related to muscles, bones, ligaments, tendons, and nerves. These physicians handle many implant surgeries, diagnosis of and operation on muscle tears, hip replacements, bone fractures and breaks, and nerve damage. As is the case with any aspect of the medical profession, mistakes happen. While doctor errors happen, patients are very rarely responsible for these injuries, which can result in permanent health conditions, substantial financial loss, and possibly death.

If your or your loved one has suffered an orthopedic injury as a result of the negligence of a medical professional, call Caputo & Mariotti’s attorneys at (570) 342-9999, or use our online contact form to contact us now for a FREE Consultation. You may be entitled to substantial financial compensation for your injuries! Our focus on excellence and customer satisfaction sets us apart from all other law firms.

Some of the more common injuries orthopedic doctors may cause include:

  • Loss of a limb
  • Development of fatal blood clots near the lung or brain, causing death
  • Knee surgery complications
  • Arthroscopic surgery complications
  • Knee and hip replacement complications
  • Blood vessel injury
  • Nerve vessel damage
  • Serious injury caused by failure to properly treat a neck injury
  • Failing to properly treat a spine injury, causing serious injury, paralysis, or paraplegia
  • Failure to outfit the patient with proper screws or plates
  • Failure to treat inflammation or pain
  • Injuries related to anesthesia
  • Infection
  • Sepsis
  • Decreased mobility

If you or your loved one has been the victim of orthopedic medical errors, you may be entitled to financial compensation including medical expenses, lost wages, and other compensation. Call Caputo & Mariotti’s attorneys at (570) 342-9999, or use our online contact form to contact us now for a FREE Consultation. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means you pay nothing until we help you get the financial compensation you deserve. Contact us soon, as the statute of limitations may be running out on your suit!

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