Orthopedic Surgery

Helping Malpractice Victims Recover Since 1977

Injuries to muscles can be regular occurrences. Whether it is from sports or physical activity, these injuries can be serious and demand specialized orthopedic care. Orthopedic surgeries are often the most common invasive procedures and should go as routine. A quick recovery is expected. Life should go on as normal.

But more often than you realize, orthopedic malpractice is committed and you are left dealing with additional trauma on top of your initial suffering. Who do you turn to? How do you go forward? What help is there for you? The answer is simple: Alan R. Goodman. With his experience as a Springfield medical malpractice lawyer, he can deliver you the best representation in Massachusetts as proven by his results.

Sports & Orthopedic Malpractice

Common examples of orthopedic malpractice include:

  • Improper performance
    • Osteoarthrosis, generalized or localized
    • Disorder of joint, not including arthritis
    • Fracture of the femur
  • Failure to recognize a complication of treatment
    • Osteoarthrosis, generalized or localized
    • Disorder of joint, not including arthritis
    • Fracture of the tibia or fibula
  • Errors in diagnosis
    • Disorder of the joints, not including arthritis
    • Disorder of soft tissue
    • Injury to multiple parts of the┬ábody

As malpractice can occur in any medical field, it is common in sports injuries and orthopedic surgery. These examples are distressing, as victims are left with physical and emotional pain and suffering, and hospitals hide behind their insurance companies and high-profile legal help. You might need someone to stand up for you and demand proper compensation. Our Springfield medical malpractice attorney is ready to help.

Helping Massachusetts Residents Recover Fair Compensation

With Alan R. Goodman and his practice, A Good Law Firm, you have a seasoned legal expert who has a proven track record of winning major settlements for victims of malpractice. Featured on national programs like 60 Minutes and Good Morning America, Alan R. Goodman knows what it takes to win major suits and receive generous reparation.