Medical malpractice arises when negligence results in an injury due to the failure of a medical provider including doctors, nurses, medical technicians, psychiatrists, and/or healthcare facilities. When these professionals fail to exercise adequate care, skill, or diligence in their treatment you could be entitled to recovery.
 
The determination of whether a duty of care is met is based on the standard of care for the medical professional in their community. Therefore, one must evaluate the accepted practices of other professionals or facilities in the surrounding area to properly evaluate a malpractice claim. It is important to remember that there is not a duty to cure or a guarantee of outcome within the practice of medicine. Medical Malpractice does not arise simply from unsuccessful treatment; Medicine is not an exact science and doctors are not always right. The 813-Injury-Law Group can evaluate your claim and answer the questions you and your loved ones have regarding potential Malpractice.
 
Medical Malpractice can lead to defects, disfigurement, injury, and even death. If you believe you or a loved one has been injured as a result of the medical mistakes, lack of skill, negligence, ignorance, or misdiagnosis by a medical professional, they should be held accountable. Asserting a claim is intended to place you in the condition you were in prior to the injury. There are a number of damages you could potentially recover in a medical malpractice claim, including economic damages covering medical expenses and lost wages, and non-economic damages for the pain and suffering you faced as a result of the malpractice and/or punitive damages in cases of unconscionable and reckless behavior by medical professionals. You might also be entitled to receive compensation for future medical expenses and loss of future earnings as a result of your trauma.
 
In Florida, in order to prove a Medical Malpractice claim, you must show that: (1) The health care provider failed to exercise a duty of care; and (2) The failure was the proximate cause of the injury. In addition, the statute of limitations states that a claim must be brought within two years from the date of the incident or from the date when the incident was or should have been discovered. Allow our team of attorneys to evaluate your claim and protect your rights within the statutory time frame.
 
Medical malpractice cases are difficult, time consuming and extremely costly. If you feel you or a loved one have been a victim of medical malpractice, Make The Call… 813-INJURY-LAW for a FREE CONSULTATION with one of our attorneys today.
 
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