Medical Malpractice Lawyers in Tampa and Sarasota
Medical malpractice cases involve a high degree of skill and expertise. Many lawyers shy away from medical malpractice because the risk is high and the costs to see the case through trial can be significant. Medical malpractice cases are complex, require technical knowledge, access to top medical experts, and knowledge of how to prepare and present the case to the jury. We have the experience, the resources, and the resolve to take on these cases and fight for you.
Doctors, nurses, hospitals, nursing homes, testing facilities, and other healthcare providers strive to do their best, but they’re not perfect. The unfortunate truth is that medical errors cause more injuries and deaths each year than car accidents.
Medical malpractice occurs when a doctor, hospital, or other healthcare provider fails to provide the standard of care expected by a reasonably competent member of the medical community in the same specialty, when providing treatment to a similar patient in similar circumstances, causing the patient to suffer pain, injury, or even death.
Medical malpractice claims generally result from specific types of incompetence or inaction by a healthcare provider.
Medical Malpractice Settlements We’ve Won
- Medical Malpractice – $1,475,000
- Medical Malpractice / Leg Injury – $840,000
- Medical Malpractice / Pressure Sore – $500,000
*Each case is different. Past outcomes are not indicative of future results.
Types of Medical Malpractice Claims We Handle
We handle a variety of medical malpractice cases. Below are some of the most common. For personalized guidance about your case, please contact us for a consultation.
Misdiagnosis or Failure to Diagnose
This occurs when a doctor misdiagnoses or fails to diagnose an illness that a competent doctor would have diagnosed promptly and correctly.
Improper Procedure, Performance of a Procedure, or Treatment of an Illness
This occurs when a doctor performs an improper procedure, improperly performs a procedure, or improperly treats an illness, resulting in undue harm, injury, or death to a patient.
Failure to Communicate Risks Involved
A doctor is responsible for communicating all known risks to a patient that the patient
These types of actions – which may be medical malpractice – can take place during or as part of any medical treatment, including the following: