Medical Malpractice involves improper treatment or negligence on the part of a doctor or other medical professional that causes injury, harm, or death to the patient. This may result from inaccurate diagnosis, wrong medication, errors in surgery, or inadequate aftercare. Medical malpractice can be … Read more about Have You or a Loved One Been the Victim of Medical Malpractice?
Diagnosis is the first and most important step towards recovery. However, at times, the illness is misdiagnosed, diagnosed when it’s too late, or never diagnosed at all. Misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis can prove to be extremely dangerous and may lead to severe injuries or even death. A small … Read more about When Misdiagnosis Results in Harm to Medical Patients in Florida
Under Florida law, assault and battery are two separate actions that are tried differently in court, though they are often linked together. Assault and battery are intentional torts, meaning that it is a wrong that was intentionally caused by a person or persons, resulting in damage to … Read more about Personal Injury Claims for Assault and Battery in Florida
Car crashes are common in the United States. Usually, these accidents are minor, but sometimes car crashes result in serious injury or even death. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a report on motor vehicle safety, which states that approximately 90 people die in car crashes … Read more about Common Causes of Car Crashes
Flint, Michigan has been the news in recent months for the horrible drinking water problems it is experiencing. While Flint may be getting the headlines, it is not the only area with contaminated drinking water - we have our own contaminated water problems right here in the state of … Read more about Contaminated Drinking Water and the State of Florida
Medical malpractice claims arise when a doctor harms a patient by failing to perform his or her medical duties competently. While the rules in medical malpractice cases vary state by state, some common elements exist. In order to make a malpractice claim, you must be able to prove a number of … Read more about Medical Malpractice Claims