surgical injuries

Surgical Injuries


Every year in the U.S., thousands of people need a surgery because of the fault of another person or a corporation following surgical injuries. Folks that need a surgery are forced to live with life-changing problems and tremendous medical costs, such as:


  • Additional surgeries
  • Infection leading to other medical complications
  • Damage to organs
  • Nerve damage
  • Internal bleeding
  • Scarring or disfigurement
  • Permanent disability


If you or a family member has been injured due to the carelessness or negligence of a person or corporation, you have the right to hold them accountable. John Truskett has over 13 years of experience in personal injury cases and cares about his clients. To set up your consultation, call (918) 392-5444, or email John directly at


When you are treated for diseases or injuries by nurses, doctors, or additional medical professionals, there is much at stake. Out of need, we are inclined to trust our doctors fully. Unfortunately, no quantity of teaching and talent can assure us that doctors, nurses, surgeons and other medical care providers will deliver satisfactory, comprehensive, and safe medical care to every patient. Medical misconduct can happen in various ways, from mistakes in surgery to a failure to make a diagnosis of an illness in a well-timed manner.


When medical malpractice happens, it is vital that you pursue legal assistance to recuperate compensation, hold medical physicians responsible, and avert further incidences. Our lawyers at Truskett Law have recuperated millions in compensation for those wounded by doctor and nurse carelessness and medical misconduct.


Are you ready to look at your legal options? We’re prepared to hear from you. Contact us at (918) 392-5444 today.


Do you suspect your doctor, clinic, hospital or nurse neglected to:


  • Provide proper treatment or prescribe applicable medication?
  • Correctly make a diagnosis of your illness?
  • Provide you with cautions concerning the dangers of your treatment?
  • Conduct an appropriate exam or develop a suitable health management plan?

Contact us if you or a loved one has been injured as a consequence of medical malpractice.