Da Vinci Surgical Robot Attorney
The Da Vinci Surgical Robot is a multi-million dollar device that is being used in hospitals today for urologic and gynecological surgery. A recent CNBC report stated that there are a number of Da Vinci lawsuits pending in courts all across the United States. The report explained that the monopolar energy used to cauterize and cut tissue create excessive heat is the cause of the surgical complications. Thermal burns can result if the insulation on the instrument is inadequate. This has been the case in multiple allegations which have surfaced in the last few months. Intuitive, the manufacturer of the Da Vinci Surgical Robot, has been subject to substantial criticism over the device, including recent studies that emphasize the gap between its marketing claims and full disclosure of the actual risks of surgical problems.
Many victims of surgical complications have been forced to undergo emergency surgery to correct these types of damages, and multiple procedures are often necessary to address the severity of the complications. The most critical issue with this type of surgical procedure is the fact that these injuries are not immediately apparent in most cases. As a result, Da Vinci Surgery Robot complications can potentially go undetected for extended periods of time, resulting in pain, disability, and even death.
Victims of Da Vinci surgery problems may be entitled to significant compensation for medical care, inability to work, pain and suffering, and other damages. The Law Offices of David M. White is currently investigating these types of claims. If you or a loved one have been the victim of a Da Vinci Robot complication please call our office. We are ready to help.
We believe that significant financial compensation is owed to victims of the following Da Vinci surgery problems: burns to tissue, blood vessels, arteries or organs, tears to tissue, blood vessels, arteries or organs, internal bleeding, abnormal connections created between organs or vessels, sepsis or Infections, punctured or cut ureters, bowel damage, damage to intestines, severe bowel injuries, vaginal cuff, dehiscence, excessive bleeding, sepsis, peritonitis, and even death.