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Medical Malpractice

Who Can be Liable for Medical Malpractice Medical malpractice is defined very broadly in the State of Florida. Medical malpractice – or medical negligence – may be committed by many different types of healthcare providers, including doctors, nurses, nursing assistants, administrators, and other health providers who care for patients on…

Malpractice from someone you trust may inflict injuries that change your life forever. The term “malpractice” is usually defined as when a professional fails to properly execute their duty to a client. These professionals are supposed to follow industry standards, and deviating from them often causes life-altering situations. Perhaps you’re…

Few times in our lives are more exciting and joyful than the birth of a child. Babies follow their own schedule, and sometimes that means they are born prematurely. A preemie is any child born before 37 weeks of gestation or a child born weighing less than five and a…

The Most Common Forms of Medical Malpractice Medical malpractice is when a healthcare professional breaches their duty of care to a patient, resulting in injury or death. Fortunately, these cases are fairly rare, but when they do occur the consequences can be devastating A variety of situations can lead to…

Doctor Mistakes and Medical Malpractice As humans, we make mistakes. Nobody is perfect. But when you’re a doctor, a mistake can cost patients a limb or their lives. As such, the law allows patients to hold doctors accountable for these mistakes. However, it’s not as simple as making a claim,…