Medical Malpractice Lawyer Tampa
Are you a victim of medical malpractice?
Medical professionals are held to a standard of care. When they fall below that standard and injure a patient, that mistake is known as a medical malpractice. Medical mistakes kill or injure more than 90,000 Americans every year.
Have you or a loved one been injured by a doctor, nurse or another healthcare provider? If so, then it’s imperative to meet with a medical malpractice attorney as quickly as possible. Florida law dictates time limit in filing a medical malpractice lawsuit. Therefore, it’s to contact us quickly. Trentalange & Kelley, P.A. offers free, no-risk case evaluations. Please, contact us today!
A Tampa Medical Malpractice Attorney Can Help You
We Help You Recover Compensation
If you or someone you love, sustained an injury because of medical negligence, then filing a lawsuit can give you an opportunity to recover compensation for your losses. Depending on the details of your case, a medical malpractice attorney may be able to help you seek compensation for the medical bills (both past & future), lost wages, physical pain and emotional suffering associated with the injury.
In some cases, your medical malpractice attorney Tampa will recover compensation by negotiating a monetary settlement with the medical healthcare professionals insurance company. However, when settlement negotiations do not produce fair results, TK Firm’s malpractice attorney may file a lawsuit against the healthcare professional(s) or hospital that allegedly committed the medical malpractice.
Use of Medical Experts in Malpractice Lawsuits
The Tampa medical malpractice attorneys at the TK Firm work closely with medical experts. Medical expert serves two purposes in a malpractice lawsuit. One, the medical expert will evaluate the patient treatment that was administered, so they can carefully tell the jury how the doctor violated the accepted standard of care of the medical profession. Two, medical experts will testify in regards to the extent of the patient’s injuries and damages they suffered as a result of the malpractice. The expert witness’ professional credibility is critical for success in a malpractice case, so the expert witness must be a respected authority in the medical field at issue. Further, the testifying expert must be able to communicate complex issues in clear, concise manner so the jury will understand.
Medical Malpractice Occurs When…
A doctor’s or other medical professionals’ conduct does not meet the standard of acceptable care, and this misconduct results in injury to a patient.
Common medical malpractice circumstances:
- Surgical Errors
- Delayed Diagnosis and Misdiagnosis
- OB/GYN Negligence
- Improper Tests are Ordered
- Hospital Malpractice
- Plastic Surgery Malpractice
- Misinterpretation of Test results
- Failure or Refusal to Listen to their Patient
- Cancer Misdiagnosis
- Postoperative Negligence
- Misreading X-Rays and Ultrasounds
- General Anesthesia Errors
- Medication Errors
- Emergency Room Malpractice
- Failure to Review Patient Medical History
Trentalange & Kelley, P.A. offers free, no-risk case evaluations.