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Failure To Diagnose Spinal Infection Attorney in Pittsburgh, PA

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Spinal infections can affect the vertebral column, discs, or areas around the spinal cord. They typically arise in post-operative conditions, but some infections, including meningitis, can arise because of other risk factors. Depending on the severity of an infection, some patients who contract spinal infections may suffer long-term consequences. Our Pittsburgh spinal infection attorney is well versed in a range of medical malpractice cases. At Matzus Law LLC, we understand the risk of spinal infection and the consequences patients may face. While not every outcome resulting from a spinal infection is considered malpractice, many that result in serious injury or harm could have been prevented. Our job is to make the aftermath of a preventable error easier for victims to bear while holding the responsible physicians, nurses, and hospitals accountable for the harm that they have caused.

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Types of Spinal Infections

These and other spinal infections typically start elsewhere in the body and move into the spine through the bloodstream. While those with weakened immune systems are more likely to contract a spinal infection, anyone who undergoes an invasive procedure may also develop a spinal infection. Our Pittsburgh spinal infection lawyer may be able to help hold the appropriate party responsible.

Malpractice and Spinal Infections

If these infections are caught early, health care professionals can effectively address the infection with medicinal treatment or surgical intervention. Unfortunately, health care teams can make preventable mistakes caring for patients who are at an increased risk of spinal infections. These oversights may constitute a medical malpractice claim. Acts of negligence include failing to:

When health care professionals fail to act competently to diagnose and treat patients suffering from spinal infections, the consequences can be severe and life changing. Something that is very treatable with no lasting side effects can turn into lifelong paralysis, neurological damage, or a life-threatening situation.

Securing a Pittsburgh Spinal Infection Attorney

In the tragic event, you or a loved one suffers serious harm because of a spinal infection that could have been treated, reach out to our Pittsburgh office today for a free consultation. Learn your rights through a free case evaluation with our team of experienced Pittsburgh malpractice attorneys.

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