Many people around the globe have nagging sinus problems. These issues can lead to major concerns during allergy and flu seasons (and, for some people, all through the year). The results are often sneezing, headaches, throat issues, coughing, tearing eyes, and other symptoms. For a number of individuals, sinus surgery seems the only way to make these concerns go away forever.
Usually, the patient who agrees to undergo sinus surgery does so as a last result. After years of dealing with the side effects of sinus troubles and trying in vain to keep sinus woes at bay, he or she has finally reached his or her “wit’s end”. Thus, a sinus surgery is scheduled and performed.
Unfortunately, a sinus surgery, as with any invasive procedure, can have terrible, life-altering results. What seemed the perfect solution to end sinus nightmares could actually be the beginning of a new host of medical and/or financial concerns.
True, sinus surgery is safer now than it was 100 years ago when the procedure was seemingly barbaric. Today, endoscopes are traditionally used to attempt to fix sinus problems. However, sinus surgery is still risky.
As with any type of surgery, the patient who has received sinus surgery may have contraindications to the procedure. His or her nasal cavities or other body parts may also become infected, resulting in drainage and other misery-inducing adverse effects.
As a result of a botched sinus surgery, individuals are left dealing with a whole host of complications that were never intended. Their friends and family are also pulled into the experience, having to assist the ailing person or provide psychological help. Truly, a sinus surgery gone wrong affects many people beyond the person who was on the operating table.
If you or someone you love underwent a sinus surgery and the results ended in unreasonable and permanent or long-term discomfort or even tragedy, please contact our team of legal professionals today. We offer a no-obligation, free consultation for persons like yourself; after all, we believe that you shouldn’t have to pay until we get the compensation you may deserve for your injuries.
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