Probate Lawyers

Probate Lawyers – Anaesthesia Death Claims

About – Probate Lawyers

Our firm takes situations where we believe 100% that the customer is liable to receive compensation for their pain and suffering. Probate Lawyers have many years experiencing backing their team with the knowledge and the professionalism of the justice system. In Australia, we take on thousands of new cases every year, and each time we ensure we put all our effort and ethical values into our cases. Our clients and their families are treated with the utmost respect and morality. We take your case very seriously, and seek justice for the horrific suffering your family has to endure during this traumatic time.

The members of our team are energetic, enthusiastic and creative which sets Probate Lawyers apart. Empowering legitimate skills and a guaranteed passion providing 100% attention to the details of your case.

Some cases can be rather tricky, and the party’s liable for your wrong doing will fight for their innocence. We see clients who try to battle with these party’s lose the battle due to lack of knowledge of the justice system, and not having the right evidence. This is where our unique talents and experience will bring you from out the abyss of trauma and pain. We will gather enough evidence to ensure your case is solid, and you receive the compensation you require.

Services – Probate Lawyers

Anaesthesia Deaths happen more often that we care to imagines. We go to theatre for a simple procedure, trusting the medical professionals will know what they are doing, and the next thing you know, your family is being informed of your death.

Common anaesthesia mistakes are the aftereffect of human error. Regular mistakes made by anaesthesiologists, and anaesthesia experts working in clinics and surgical facilities, incorporate the inability to consistently prepare themselves with anaesthesia machines and in some cases, their patients’ medical history.

The aftereffects of anaesthesiologist mistakes can be pulverizing, frequently bringing about serious after effects, whereby the patient can suffer life threatening and fatal outcomes.

Certain issues and areas of concern in the operating theatre may cause the death such as:

  • Oxygen deficiency
  • Faulty or broken surgical table, bringing about patient falling while under anaesthesia
  • Stroke
  • Anaesthesia measurement mistake
  • Failure to document medical history on patient
  • Anaesthesiologists inability to tolerate anaphylaxis
  • Overdosing a patient with anaesthesia
  • Unsterile equipment used in surgery
  • Prolonged sedation
  • Failure to intubate bringing about lack of oxygen
  • Negligent intubation
  • Brain injury
  • Comas
  • Loss of neurological and tangible capacity
  • Asphyxia
  • Trachea injuries as a consequence of careless intubation

Whatever the cause of your injury and medical negligence, call us today, we will build a winning case for you.

Summary of Services

  • Anaesthesia Deaths Claims

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Contact Details

Shop 5, 14-18 Lee Street
New South Wales

Phone: (02) 9211-1881
Fax: (02) 9387-6710


Postal Address

PO Box K 1328, Haymarket