Medical Malpractice

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Have you or a loved one suffered due to medical malpractice? At Grant Law Partners, our attorneys have more than three decades of experience in successfully evaluating and pursing medical malpractice claims.

Medical malpractice refers to a legal cause of action that arises when a healthcare provider (such as a doctor, nurse, hospital, or other medical professional) deviates from the standard of care, resulting in harm or injury to a patient. Medical malpractice is a form of professional negligence specific to the healthcare industry.

Some key elements of medical malpractice typically include:

  1. Duty of Care. Healthcare providers owe a duty of care to their patients. This means they have a legal and ethical obligation to provide competent and appropriate medical treatment.
  2. Breach of the Standard of Care. To establish a claim for medical malpractice, the healthcare provider must have deviated from the standard of care expected in their field and area.
  3. Causation. It must be proven that the breach of the standard of care directly caused harm to the patient.
  4. Damages. In medical malpractice cases, damages can include physical injuries, pain and suffering, medical expenses, loss of income, and other losses.

Medical malpractice can take various forms, including surgical errors, misdiagnoses, medication errors, birth injuries, anesthesia errors, and failure to obtain informed consent.

Not all adverse medical outcomes constitute medical malpractice. Even if a doctor performs all the proper tests and follows the accepted protocols, a misdiagnosis or unsuccessful procedure can still occur. That is why it is important to have your case evaluated by the experienced attorneys at Grant Law Partners.

Medical malpractice cases are complex and challenging to pursue, often involving extensive medical records, expert testimony, and legal expertise. If you believe you or a loved one has been a victim of medical malpractice, you should consult with the experienced medical malpractice attorneys at Grant Law Partners to evaluate the circumstances of your case and determine whether you may have a valid claim for compensation. Florida’s statute of limitations for medical malpractice cases is only two years and it may take time to gather all the necessary medical records before a proper evaluation can be performed, so it is important that you meet with an attorney as soon possible.

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