Dismemberment Medical Definition
“What is Dismemberment?”
Dismemberment medical definition: Dismemberment refers namely to the loss or removal of limbs from the body such as hands, arms, feet, or legs. Dismemberment is a serious situation that may occur as a result of an accident. It is also unfortunately sometimes an avoidable outcome in certain medical settings regarding failure to diagnose, surgical accidents, and/or other instances of medical malpractice that require a bodily limb to be removed due to avoidable medical damage.
Dismemberment in Medical Malpractice Cases
Unfortunately, sometimes operations or other medical procedures go wrong, whether they are routine or more complicated. In some cases, if nerves are damaged, if certain conditions are not addressed soon enough, or if a serious enough medical mistake occurs, it may result in the accidental or unavoidable loss of a limb from the body. Dismemberment is a serious allegation and if you find yourself in this situation, don’t hesitate to contact an experienced medical malpractice attorney today to fight for the compensation and justice you deserve.
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