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What is Medical Malpractice?
By and large, healthcare providers are caring, hardworking professionals and provide anywhere from outstanding to adequate care.
Medical malpractice (negligence) occurs when physicians, healthcare providers, or hospital personnel make a medical error or mistake that falls below a reasonable standard of care, and when their negligence causes
Serious injury or
There are clear standards set out for doctors and healthcare providers to ensure patients are cared for.
Mistakes do happen in medicine, and usually a simple mistake does not constitute negligence.
However, if a doctor or healthcare provider does not meet a minimum standard of care (medication dosage errors, surgical errors, improper care or nursing care, for example) then you might just have a medical negligence case.
Living with the effects of improper medical attention
If you are patient who is living with the effects of improper medical attention, or any other kind of medical malpractice, you may be living with unnecessary pain, or an unfavorable health or financial outcome. Such an experience can be confusing and traumatic.
If you or a loved one has been injured because of medical malpractice, please contact the skilled civil trial attorneys at Kravitz Law Group, P.A., for a free consultation regarding your legal rights.
Medical malpractice can occur in any medical field. Kravitz Law Group, P.A., has extensive experience aggressively litigating its clients’ medical malpractice claims for injury and trauma including:
There are strict laws in the State of Florida that limit how long a person can wait before filing a medical malpractice lawsuit. If a lawsuit is not filed prior to the expiration of the statute of limitations period, then your right to sue may be forever lost.
Therefore, it is very important that you take action immediately so the statute of limitations period does not expire.
Medical Malpractice Lawsuits
When a person is injured by a negligent medical professional or facility, Florida medical malpractice law allows them the opportunity to recover compensation to become “whole” again. In other words, injured patients can sue the negligent party to obtain medical malpractice damages for monetary losses including medical expenses, future medical expenses, and lost wages and marital benefits.
Emotional and mental anguishes such as pain and suffering and loss of life’s enjoyment can also be causes for compensation in a medical malpractice lawsuit.
Costly medical bills can cause financial devastation to patients and their families following medical malpractice, especially if they unable to earn a living as a result of their injuries or health status.
When physical and emotional pain are added to the financial stress, there is often a deep sense of overwhelm in the family. There is only one way to receive funds to cover mounting expenses and to compensate for pain and suffering: filing a medical malpractice lawsuit. To find out if you have a medical malpractice case, fill out our contact form or contact our office today for a free consultation!
Proving Medical Malpractice
Malpractice can be difficult to prove in court.
In order to prevail we need show that the healthcare provider failed to meet a reasonable standard of care, and that this directly caused your injuries and damages. We consult with the best medical professionals, nurses, and physician experts to enable us to convincingly prove your case.
Kravitz Law Group, P.A., has a solid reputation and a long tradition of representing victims of medical malpractice. We are aggressive and have actual trial experience in complicated medical malpractice cases. If you feel that you or someone you love has been harmed by medical negligence, please contact us for a free consultation regarding your legal rights.
Experienced Lawyer – Medical Malpractice
At Kravitz Law Group we provide aggressive representation to clients throughout the state of Florida who have been injured in truck crashes. We are very experienced and understand that trucking cases can be much more complex than simpler automobile collision cases or other types of personal injuries. For example, there are highly technical state and federal regulations applicable to trucks and commercial vehicles. These regulations frequently do not apply to personal auto incidents but these regulations can form a legal basis for liability in truck accident cases.