Have You Suffered an Injury Due to a Medical Error?
Many medical malpractice cases are the direct result of a physician's
medical error or mistake. Medical errors are the cause of more deaths
than motor vehicle accidents, which are typically the leading type of
personal injury cases. In fact, medical errors within a hospital result
in between 40,000 and 98,000 deaths per year, according to a study by
the Institute of Medicine. When a healthcare provider fails to provide
a reasonable level of care or makes a mistake, the resulting injury is
considered preventable. If you or a loved one has suffered injury because
of a medical error, take legal action by retaining my services. As an
Orlando trial lawyer, I can discuss your case with you and develop an appropriate strategy
for how to proceed.
Medical errors can result in serious injuries that are often permanent.
In some cases, medical mistakes can even result in wrongful death. For
individuals and their families who are impacted by medical errors, such
injuries can take a large toll on their physical, financial, and emotional
stability. Medical mistakes can take place in various ways, including:
- Failure to properly administer a medication
- Failure to properly treat a medical condition
- Failure to safely deliver a baby
- Surgical or anesthesia error
- Emergency room error
Contact the Skilled Orlando Trial Lawyer
If you or a loved one is suffering injury because of a medical error, you
can benefit from my time, attention, and legal counsel as an experienced
Orlando trial attorney. Having spent more than 25 years in practice, including
15 years as a board-certified civil trial attorney, I have the ability
to help you through each step of your case. My focus is on results, which
means that I will provide every resource necessary to effectively handle
your medical error case if you retain my services. Whether you are facing
injury from an emergency room error, a surgical error, or an anesthesia
error, I can help.
Contact me at your earliest convenience to schedule a
free case evaluation.