For many people, the symptoms of a malfunctioning gall bladder — a gall bladder that has developed gallstones and fails to properly store and pass bile — become unbearable. In many cases, a doctor will recommend the removal of the gall bladder. This procedure — known as a cholecystectomy — is a relatively simple procedure that is performed by doctors in hospitals every day.

The Law Offices of Charles N. Rock in Newburgh and the Bronx works closely with patients and families who have been affected by surgical malpractice in gall bladder surgery cases. To schedule a free consultation with New Paltz medical malpractice lawyer Charles Rock, contact us today. You will pay no fee unless we are able to help you obtain restitution.

Life After Gall Bladder Removal

There are no complications from not having a gall bladder, while a malfunctioning gall bladder can cause excruciating pain and other side effects that can damage vital organs such as the liver and pancreas. If you are currently dealing with these symptoms, your doctor may recommend removing the gall bladder.

As you consider your medical options, it is important to find a doctor you can trust to perform the procedure. As with any surgery, there is a learning curve associated with this procedure, which can mean a decreased likelihood of complications when working with an experienced surgeon.

Contact Medical Malpractice Lawyer Charles N. Rock

New York places strict time limits and expert-report requirements on medical malpractice claims, so if you’ve been injured during gall bladder surgery, don’t hesitate to contact New Paltz and Newburgh medical malpractice lawyer Charles Rock to discuss your legal options. Serving clients in and around Newburgh, New Paltz, Kingston, Middletown, New Windsor, Poughkeepsie, NY.