The doctor told you this would be a "routine” procedure. You expected things to go smoothly. You trusted your surgeon. You wake up and realize that there was a problem during surgery. You are told that you need additional treatment or surgery to correct the problem. You're trying to comprehend what has happened. Your family is not as understanding.

In fact, they are furious. They are upset. They are worried that you will get worse. This never should have happened.

You begin to have doubts about competency of your surgeon. You wonder about the competency of the other medical staff. You begin to ask yourself whether the surgery was performed properly or whether something bad happened during surgery.

You're just not sure and don't know where to turn. That's exactly why you are watching this video. To learn about what your options are and to learn information you need to know that will help you make a decision about what to do next.

Find out whether the complications you experienced are known recognized risks of the surgery, or instead, something that should never have happened. Find out why many of the risks and complications that can occur during surgery do not rise to the level of malpractice. Find out why a failure to recognize the postoperative injury may in fact be a basis to bring a valid case.

Watch the video to learn more.