You Need Legal Counsel After Suffering Medical Negligence
When you are in the hands of health care professionals, you don’t expect to suffer a serious injury. Unfortunately, this worst-case scenario is a hard reality for many people in Florida and often comes with long-term consequences.
If you seek justice or fair compensation, you need the counsel of an experienced personal injury lawyer. Javier Finlay in Coral Gables stands ready to help injury victims from a former insurance defense attorney’s perspective.
When Is It Medical Malpractice Or Just A Bad Outcome?
A bad outcome and medical malpractice are often confused. A negative result after treatment might not qualify as medical malpractice; sometimes, everyone does their job right, and a bad outcome happens anyway. If a health care professional failed to perform a procedure according to the expected standard of medical care in Florida, however, then it may be medical malpractice.
The administrative staff of the medical facility where you were treated may try to contact you to discuss the issue. We recommend that you speak with a skilled personal injury attorney first. At Finlay Law Firm, the attorney’s work focuses on developing a suitable solution for you according to your matter. Mr. Finlay will go to court with you if necessary to resolve your case.
Common Types Of Medical Malpractice Cases
Some types of medical malpractice include the following:
- Failure to diagnose a condition
- Misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis
- Surgical errors and unnecessary surgery
- Failure to administer medication in the correct doses
- Birth injuries
- Anesthesia errors
- Prescription drug errors
- Wrongful death claims
Consider that you only have a time limit of two years to file a medical malpractice case before a Florida court. Mr. Finlay knows what is at stake and will zealously protect your rights and fight for justice. You only pay attorney’s fees after recovering compensation.