Baltimore Medical Malpractice FAQ: Do I Have a Case If I am Not Satisfied With My Surgery


To be negligent, the health professional’s conduct must have fallen below the accepted standard of treatment. Common surgical errors caused by malpractice include performing the wrong procedure; giving a patient the wrong blood type; operating on the wrong body part; and leaving surgical instruments or sponges inside the patient.

For more information about Baltimore surgical injury cases, please check out our previous post.

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