What Kind Of Compensation Is Possible In Urogynecologic Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

Date Posted:

May 29, 2020

Post Author

Andres Beregovich

Urogynecology is a specialty area of gynecology concerned with the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of conditions affecting the muscles and tissues of the female pelvic floor, including the bladder and pelvis. Some of the most common conditions urogynecologist treats are pelvic floor disorders and pelvic prolapse, bladder problems, and urinary incontinence.  

Urogynecologists treat these conditions through a combination of medications, surgery, and physical therapy and most patients go on to experience relief. Some patients, however, don’t have this experience and fall victim to the cure being worse than the original problem. When this happens, there is always the potential for a medical malpractice case.

Is It Urogynecology Malpractice?

When a woman has had a recommended urogynecologic treatment and healed, but still experiences pain or problems with function, it’s natural to wonder what happened. The first thing to do is discuss your concerns with your primary care physician or gynecologist as well as the urogynecologist who performed the corrective procedure. It’s possible you developed an infection or had a problem with healing that can be easily corrected. 

If an examination uncovers evidence that the procedure was completed incorrectly or ineffectively, or if your concerns are disregarded, it might be time to consult a medical malpractice attorney. A medical malpractice attorney will take an objective look at the facts of the situation, recommend a third-party examination by an independent physician, and try to determine if a malpractice case exists.

It can be difficult to determine if you have a medical malpractice case on your own because just because you are still experiencing pain or problems does not mean the physician is responsible. In order to be liable for the situation, the physician or caregiver must have been negligent in performing their duties somehow. Determining if negligence was a factor in the outcome is what medical malpractice attorneys do. 

Contact The Beregovich Law Firm If You Suspect Urogynecology Malpractice
Andres Beregovich investigates Florida medical malpractice cases and represents victims who need an advocate. He has become an ardent defender of patient rights and does not give up if there is evidence of malpractice. If you are experiencing ill effects after an urogynecologic treatment or procedure and wonder if the physician’s actions played a role in your condition and recovery, contact The Beregovich Law Firm for free case consultation with our medical malpractice attorney, Andres Beregovich. Call (800) 631-9009 or contact us online, we have locations in both Orlando and Miami.