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The Many Faces Of Negligence: A Legal Overview

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Negligence is the overall legal term used when an individual’s or entity’s actions have resulted in a provably preventable accident or action that caused harm to another. There are many types of negligence, including those involving car accidents, medical malpractice, and neglect of the elderly and handicapped in nursing homes and assisted living centers. Other scenarios that may result in legal claims include, but are not limited to: - Birth Injuries- Negligent Security- Surgical Errors- Nursing Errors- Construction Accidents- Dog Bites- Drownings- Trucking Accidents- Boating Accidents- Slip & Fall Accidents- Product Liability- Insurance Issues- General Negligence In Florida, negligence laws are highly focused...

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Types Of Medical Malpractice & Medical Negligence

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While medical malpractice and medical negligence are often thought of as one in the same, in actuality they are distinctly different. In many cases, however, they occur together. The line that separates medical malpractice from medical negligence is intent. Malpractice is the intentional deviation from established standards of care, while negligence is associated with accidents, oversight, and other unintentional actions. Types of medical malpractice include:Doctor/physician malpracticeHospital malpractice Anesthesia errorsNursing malpracticeSurgical malpracticeDefective medical devices Some examples:• Medication errors, including failure to review all medications a patient is taking and confirming contraindications to use of any particular medication• Failure to monitor patients, improper care,...

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Mallard & Sharp Win $33.8 Million Dollar Medical Malpractice Verdict

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Mallard & Sharp, P.A. were counsel for a $33.8 Million dollar medical malpractice verdict that was the Largest Medical Malpractice Verdict in the State of Florida in 2017 in the case of MARLA DIXON, EARL REESE-THORNTON, and ER v. The United States of America, of E.R., a minor, Case No.: 1:15-cv- 23502. The case involved a doctor who lied and changed medical records after he failed to perform an emergency C-section to deliver plaintiff E.R. when the doctor was on his cell phone with his stock broker. THE CASE WAS TURNED DOWN BY OTHER ATTORNEYS before Mallard & Sharp, P.A. became involved. RICHARD SHARP AND FOUNDING FIRM...

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