Medical Malpractice Claims
The Perazzo Personal Injury Law Firm Serves Medical Malpractice Claims in Miami-Dade and Broward County
Perazzo Law Shares Best Insight for Dealing with Medical Malpractice Claims
Every year, Medical Malpractice causes more fatalities than automobile accidents in the United States, with the long term effects of those that survive Medical Malpractice holding dire consequences for those that fall victim to negligent practitioners. Learning to live with disabilities following a severe personal injury accident can be devastating to all those affected, but having to deal with disabilities or fatalities brought on as a result of medical malpractice can add to the mental trauma left behind by personal injury incidents. Medical Malpractice is a legal course of action taken by a personal injury lawyer, acting on behalf of their client, when a healthcare professional or center fails to provide medical treatment that falls in line with the set professional standards.
Medical Malpractice claims in the Miami area are extremely complex as there are many factors involved when presenting a medical malpractice claim against hospitals, clinics, doctors, nurses, rehab centers, and insurance providers. Medical malpractice not only affects the victim of medical malpractice and medical negligence but it also affects family members and loved-ones. Medical malpractice can affect individuals of all ages, from children the elderly, and even the unborn.
The Perazzo Law Firm's professional staff of medical malpractice attorneys understand that medical malpractice claims in Miami-Dade and Broward County stem from a failure to treat or provide a patient or accident victims accordingly, either by improper diagnosis, wrongful treatment, or flawed surgical procedures, all of which can represent long-term effects and financial complications that can alter an individual's quality of life.
Perazzo Law has the experience, knowhow, and resources to tackle the complexities that medical malpractice claims entail in cities such as; Hialeah, Homestead, Kendall, Coral Gables, and all of Miami-Dade and Broward County. Medical practitioners and professionals are bound by law to provide patients and accident victims with proper, professional care and services. In the same way that an engineer that designs a bridge has to make sure it doesn't fall when traffic drives over it, a doctor or surgeon has to make sure he/she does not jeopardize an individual's well-being by acting negligently. When this happens, Perazzo Law believes that those found legally liable for medical malpractice be held accountable for any, if not all, the consequences brought onto the victims of medical malpractice in Miami-Dade and Broward County.
Medical Malpractice may stem from a number of Claims such as:
- Erroneous Diagnosis
- Healthcare Practitioner Negligence
- Hospital or Healthcare Center Negligence
- Negligent Radiological Treatment
- Negligence or Wrongful Surgical Procedures
- Anesthesiologist Negligence
- Wrongful Prescriptions
- Injuries Sustained at Birth
- Prenatal Negligence
- Reconstructive Surgery Flaws
- Cosmetic Surgery
- Dental Procedures
- Infectious Contamination
Compensation from Medical Malpractice Claims
Perazzo Law reminds medical malpractice victims in Miami-Dade and Broward County that there is a two year statute of limitations for filing a medical malpractice claim in Florida. It is the duty of the Perazzo Law Firm medical malpractice attorneys to prove the existence of medical malpractice on behalf of healthcare practitioners and healthcare facilities. Once proof had been established, our staff will litigate for the compensation or damages to be awarded to our medical malpractice clients. Our Medical malpractice clients in Miami-Dade and Broward County can file for compensatory damages and punitive damages. The former covers financial loss which may stem from lost wages, medical bills, and any foreseeable expenses for rehabilitation, or loss of capital earning. Compensatory damages may include physical and/or mental suffering resulting from medical malpractice. Punitive damages can be awarded if gross negligence has been proven by one of our Medical Malpractice Law staff.
If you, a family member, or loved-one has suffered medical malpractice in Miami-Dade or Broward County, Perazzo Law recommends contacting our Miami and North Miami Beach Personal Injury offices ONLINE for a FREE initial consultation to discuss your Medical Malpractice Claim for Compensation.
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