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Medical Malpractice Lawyers, The Injury Firm

Can a Florida Medical Malpractice Lawyer Help Me?

Although the statistics vary, some sources claim that around 200,000 people die from medical negligence and mistakes yearly. This is a huge number, and it doesn’t even consider those who suffer smaller injuries. The problem with medical malpractice is that it causes a world of pain for the victim - while the doctor might move onto the next patient, the family has no choice but to deal with the emotional, physical, and financial turmoil that follows.

If you’ve been involved in a situation like this, contact a medical malpractice lawyer today. You’ll see exactly why this is important in this guide!

Examples of Medical Malpractice

If you don’t see an example of your situation in this section, this doesn’t mean that you can’t claim at all. Instead, these are just examples of some malpractice claims we’ve seen through the years. This includes surgical mistakes, lab test errors, incorrect diagnosis, wrongly prescribed medication, delayed diagnosis, birth injuries, and poor cleanliness and staffing.

Every day, doctors and other medical professionals have the responsibility of looking after many lives. Waiting one day to diagnose could be the difference between getting the right treatment in time and a condition deteriorating. While medical professionals are under extreme pressure, they’re also trained for the environment. Therefore, mistakes are unforgivable when they lead to serious injuries or death.

How a Personal Injury Lawyer Helps

Can a medical malpractice lawyer help? Yes. Before anything else, you’ll have a free consultation to determine whether you have a case. You’ll talk through your case with a personal injury lawyer and discuss your damages (along with the likelihood of compensation). Here are just some of the tasks that an attorney will perform on your behalf:

  • Compile all evidence (including paperwork such as medical reports)
  • Speak with expert testimonies (important to prove that the medical professional didn’t act appropriately)
  • Protect your legal rights
  • Negotiate with insurance companies and medical facilities
  • Take pressure from your shoulders

A medical malpractice lawyer has training in this area and knows how to proceed with the case in the right way. For example, an expert will need to make a statement and say that the medical professional in question didn’t act responsibly (or as a responsible professional would have acted under the circumstances).

Additionally, The Injury Firm knows how to deal with insurance companies. Normally, insurance companies have a mission to reduce compensation as much as possible. Although things are slightly different with medical malpractice as opposed to a car accident, you’ll still find your fair share of people trying to limit compensation.

While you recover from injuries, The Injury Firm will build a strong case to either push for a settlement or litigate. Fortunately, we have the resources for the latter, and this might just force the guilty party into a fair settlement. If we need to present evidence to a jury, this is equally fine. Our goal as medical malpractice lawyers is to get you back into a comfortable position in life.

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