Eric Mausner Medical Malpractice Law Firm in Miami, Florida
Medical malpractice is a highly specialized area of personal injury law, and to ensure that you receive the best possible representation when you’ve been the victim of medical malpractice, you need to hire a medical malpractice lawyer.
What Does an Medical Malpractice Lawyer Deal With?
Medical malpractice may be an act or omission committed by a healthcare provider such as a hospital, doctor, nurse, technician, employee or pharmacist, which causes bodily injury to a patient. To establish medical negligence an lawyer must prove the following:
That a duty of care was owed to the patient,
That the duty or standard of care was breached,
That it is the breach that caused the injury, and
That, as a result, there were physical, emotional, and/or financial damages.
An lawyer must prove that the medical provider’s treatment fell below the standard of care in that respective area of medicine. These aspects of medical malpractice lawsuits need the undivided attention of lawyers who have successfully represented clients to ensure a fair outcome.
Why Should I Hire a Medical Malpractice Lawyer?
Medical malpractice cases are some of the most complex, challenging, expensive, and contested cases in personal injury law.
This area of law requires a legal team with a thorough understanding of medicine and law.
Hospitals and medical practitioners have immense resources at their disposal to fight against medical malpractice claims.
Therefore, to ensure a fair outcome in your case, you’ll need an experienced medical malpractice lawyer who can guide you through the process and take your case to trial or get a fair settlement to compensate you for injury, damages, and even the loss of life of your loved ones.
What Can Be Seen As Medical Malpractice?
Common mistakes made by health providers include:
delays in treatment,
failure to monitor,
surgical and postoperative errors,
communication and technical errors,
emergency room issues,
All of these mistakes can cause severe trauma, pain, and suffering to patients and their families and can affect their quality of life, ability to earn an income. It can even cause deep emotional and psychological complications.
What Should I Do If I Have Suffered at the Hands of Medical Practitioners?
It is important to retain legal counsel without delay if you have been injured as a result of the negligence of a healthcare provider. You need to provide your representative with all the relevant documentation including medical bills, medical reports, medication scripts and medicine containers, photographs of the injury or after-effects of the injuries as well as contact information for any possible witnesses and caregivers who have been part of the process.
We Aggressively Represent The Rights Of The Wrongfully Injured