Florida Medical Malpractice Attorneys
It can be devastating to put your trust in a medical professional only to suffer from their medical malpractice or medical negligence. Every year, thousands of people are victims of surgical errors or misdiagnoses, and because most never pursue a legal claim, these individuals never receive the compensation they deserve for their injuries.
Medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional such as a doctor, surgeon, nurse or dentist provides care that falls below the acceptable standards for their profession. Many patients mistakenly believe that if they signed a consent waiver for a particular treatment or procedure that they have forfeited their rights to make a legal claim for damages, but that simply isn’t true. At The Florida Group, we have an incredibly talented team of civil trial attorneys who can help you understand your legal rights.
You have an absolute right to receive the standard of care granted to all patients. Examples of medical malpractice or medical negligence include:
- Surgical Errors
- Pharmacy Errors
- Medical Equipment Failure
- Emergency Room Errors
- Hospital Medication Errors
Even if you have already received a settlement offer, it is wise to consult with our medical negligence attorneys who can negotiate with your medical providers to ensure you receive fair compensation. Our award-winning legal team has over 100 years of combined experience and is led by a Board Certified Civil Trial Specialist. We have successfully recovered millions of dollars in compensation for our clients and will aggressively pursue maximum compensation for your injuries and damages. In addition, we feel that all people should have access to expert legal representation, so we never charge any fees unless we obtain a successful verdict or settlement on your behalf.
The Florida Law Group is proud to represent clients from Wesley Chapel, Trinity, Tarpon Springs, Clearwater, St. Petersburg and the surrounding cities, so contact us today to speak to an attorney and determine if you have a valid medical malpractice claim.