“Jeanette” (not a real person) had been nervous about the abdominal surgery – who wouldn’t be? When she woke in the hospital to the sight of her husband’s face, though, he gave her the good news: according to her doctor, the surgery had been completely successful.
Jeanette didn’t realize that her ordeal was just beginning. The first signs of trouble — nausea and a mild fever – were dismissed by her doctor as normal aftereffects of the surgery. Unbeknownst to her, the surgical team had made a mistake while they were inside her abdomen, inadvertently perforating her intestines.
The gastrointestinal perforation began causing Jeanette severe abdominal pain. Over the next year, she had to be hospitalized more than a dozen times. She endured four additional surgeries and spent one month in a coma.
Though the intestinal tear has since been repaired, the toll on Jeanette’s health has been immeasurable, causing additional medical problems that will cause her to require follow-up care for the rest of her life. She has been unable to return to her full-time position as a veterinary technician.
When the attorney who was handling Jeanette’s medical malpractice suit realized the dire financial straits that she and her husband were in as a result of her health problems, he told Jeanette to call USClaims.
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