The Many Faces of Medical Malpractice Negligence in Florida
Medical malpractice negligence can involve a variety of different individuals and entities in a myriad of scenarios. Regardless of who was involved in the occurrence and the type of situation, medical malpractice negligence in Florida is defined as being based on provider or entity actions that represent a breach of the prevailing medical standard of care as defined by Florida law.1 Some of the individuals who may be involved include:
Entities that may be involved in negligence include:
Medical care facilities
Military medical facilities
Outpatient facilities and centers
Medical malpractice negligence can occur at any point in the medical care process, from patient check-in to patient discharge and anywhere in between. Standard doctor’s office appointments, emergency room visits, long-term surgery-related hospital stays, and outpatient center visits all have the potential for negligence to occur. Medical malpractice negligence, not only in Florida but also nationwide, remains a serious multi-faceted concern for patients of all ages.
If you have been injured, or a loved one has been injured or has died due to Medical Malpractice Negligence in Florida, contacting an experienced lawyer or legal team for an initial consultation is an important step. Researching information about lawyers who specialize in Malpractice cases is helpful, or if possible, who specialize in the particular type of Malpractice lawsuit case you may currently be dealing with.
Many lawyers and legal teams offer free initial consultations. At Mallard & Sharp, P.A., we specialize in a wide variety of cases and our lawyers will aggressively fight for your rights. To see how we can help you give us a call and schedule a free initial consultation with a member of our expert legal team. Call 877.662.5527 or 305.461.4800.