A diagnosis of gallstones or gall bladder disease is a common diagnosis for people of a variety of ages. The gall bladder is a small organ responsible for storing bile, an enzyme that breaks down fats in food. When gallstones form in the gall bladder, significant damage can occur when not treated properly and appropriately.
If you have suffered due to complications from improperly treated gallstones or gall bladder disease, you may be entitled to restitution for medical malpractice. The Law Offices of Charles N. Rock in Newburgh and the Bronx helps patients and families pursue fair compensation for medical malpractice. To schedule a free consultation with experienced attorney Charles Rock, contact us today. You will not pay a fee unless we help you obtain restitution.
Symptoms and Diagnosis of Gall Bladder Disease
Some of the most obvious symptoms of gall bladder disease, often referred to as biliary colic, include pain in the upper quadrant and other abdominal complaints. Complications from gallstones blocking the natural flow of bile can have other consequences, including liver and pancreatic disease. In most cases, a doctor will make a timely diagnosis and recommend the removal of gallstones before severe problems develop.
Gall bladder surgery is one of the most common elective surgical procedures performed in hospitals, but the experience of the attending surgeon can make a huge difference in the likelihood of errors. If you or a loved one has been injured due to negligence in gall bladder surgery or treatment, we will seek the full restitution you deserve.
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