You go to the doctor hoping to get better, but what if your doctor’s carelessness or recklessness causes you harm? Under these circumstances, Florida’s medical malpractice laws protect your legal rights to compensation for medical costs, lost wages, mental anguish, punitive damages, and more. However, these laws are complicated to understand and apply, making it critical for some injury victims to get the legal advice of a Clearwater medical malpractice attorney.
Shapiro | Delgado | Hofmann knows that a doctor’s mistake could cost you tens of thousands of dollars in additional treatments, and you could also miss time and pay from your job. Instead of taking on the liability for these losses, contact our legal team for a Free Consultation at (941) 954-4000 today.
Medical malpractice victims and their families can seek compensation for their injuries. Negotiations and litigation are challenging and complex areas of the law. Therefore, choosing a firm that understands Florida medical malpractice law and has a reputation for experience and success is critical.
The Clearwater medical malpractice attorney at Shapiro | Delgado | Hofmann has uncovered careless, reckless acts, including:
You would deserve a lawful outcome if a negligent medical care provider caused your injuries or a family member’s death. Our legal team takes a compassionate approach to every client matter while treating it with the deserved discretion and gravitas. We hope your trust in our firm allows you to focus on your health and recovery while Shapiro | Delgado | Hofmann handles the legal fight.
If a medical professional in Florida injures you, you have legal rights that allow you to file a claim against the liable insurer or party. However, to receive compensation for your injuries in any Florida medical malpractice case, you must prove that a breach in the medical duty of care occurred.
Shapiro | Delgado | Hofmann has helped medical malpractice injury victims prove their cases by establishing the following four facts:
Fact 1. The medical practitioner held a general duty of care toward you
Fact 2. They breached their medical duty of care
Fact 3. Their breach of medical duty resulted in your accident
Fact 4. Your accident caused your injuries and financial losses
Even if medical professionals injure you, they are not automatically liable for your injuries, pain, and suffering. Instead, you must show that the doctor fell below the prevailing professional standard of care. Our legal team will preserve all admissible, discoverable evidence findings so that we paint a picture of the truth regarding treatment and future outlook from your medical team.
The Clearwater medical malpractice attorney at Shapiro | Delgado | Hofmann has decades of experience, resources, and knowledge that we put behind every case. Find out if we can add value to your claim during a Free Consultation by calling (941) 954-4000 or online. We only get paid for our legal services when you win your case.