Medical malpractice generally occurs when a medical professional makes a mistake which results injuries to a patient.
Some common examples of Medical Malpractice are:
- Birth injuries
- Hospital malpractice.
- Improper administration of anesthesia.
- Surgical mistakes.
- Failure to diagnose.
We will ensure you are fully compensated for your lost earnings.
We will help you recover your medical costs from the insurance company or responsible party. We will work to minimize your out-of-pocket expenses.
We will help you recover maximum compensation for your pain and suffering.
We will ensure you are justly compensated not only for your current damages but your future damages as well. This includes but is not limited to future pain and suffering, future medical expenses, future out of pocket expenses, financial/Career impact.
Under Florida law, ordinary negligence causes of action are subject to a two-year statute of limitations (Time limit to bring a claim). The only exception to this is when the claimant is a minor age eight or younger, in which case the seven-year period does not bar an action brought on behalf of a minor on or before the child’s eighth birthday