New York Anesthesiologist Defense Lawyers

As an anesthesiologist or nurse anesthetist, you help relieve numerous patients from excruciating pain. The precise amounts of medicine you use require great attention and are an enormous benefit to the medical and health care system. When something goes wrong, however, you can be the first one that people begin to point the finger at.

If you are being blamed for causing an injury to a patient through medical malpractice, our lawyers at O'Connor, O'Connor, Bresee & First can help. Call us at 877-886-4029 or schedule a consultation online to learn how you can begin to protect your license to practice medicine.

Protecting the Rights of Anesthesiologists in the Albany Area

At O'Connor, O'Connor, Bresee & First, our lawyers are familiar with all types of allegations you may face as an anesthesiologist. We have a firm understanding of the law and how to build a solid case for your defense against any charge, including:

  • Providing too much medication
  • Giving an anesthetic that the patient was allergic to
  • Failing to monitor breathing, which can result in a lack of oxygen to the brain or other organs
  • Leaving a body part in an awkward position during sedation that results in injury
  • Failing to properly monitor vital signs

No matter what type of medical malpractice claim you are facing, our team will work diligently to provide you with the defense you need to protect your license.

We also provide defense to physicians who are accused of improperly administering local anesthesia during an office visit. No matter what type of situation you were involved with, our attorneys will know what steps to take. You can rely on us for sound representation both in and out of court.

Providing Skilled Anesthesiologist Defense in New York

Call our medical negligence defense law firm at 877-886-4029 to learn what steps can be taken to protect your rights when accused of malpractice. Our attorneys will explain your options and begin building a solid case that protects your rights.