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Miami Medical Malpractice FAQ

Medical malpractice is a complicated area of law. Unfortunately, too many people decide not to file a medical malpractice claim because they do not take the time to ask the right questions. At Freidin Dobrinsky Brown & Rosenblum, P.A., in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Fort Myers, our experienced attorneys are ready to answer your questions — and seek justice on your behalf.

The following are questions clients often ask our lawyers about medical malpractice:

Who Can Bring a Medical Malpractice Suit in Florida?

If you have been injured as a result of a doctor's negligence, you can bring a medical malpractice suit. Similarly, certain family members of a person who has died as a result of medical malpractice can bring a claim. These issues are complicated and are best answered by an attorney.

In order to recover compensation, you must be able to prove that medical malpractice occurred. This includes showing that the medical professional breached his or her duty of care and you or a loved one suffered an injury as a result. If you believe you have a claim, there is no harm in talking to us in a free consultation. We will discuss what you can do to hold the negligent medical professional(s) accountable.

Who Can I Sue for Medical Malpractice in Florida?

You can sue any health care provider that caused your injury. This includes doctors, nurses and surgeons, but it also includes hospitals, laboratories, HMOs, surgery centers and other medical facilities. Depending on the facts of your case, there may be more than one person or entity responsible for your injuries.

How Long Does a Medical Malpractice Case Take?

The amount of time a medical malpractice lawsuit takes varies from case to case. Some cases settle within a few months. Others go to trial and can take a few years. At our law firm, we will work hard to get you the compensation you deserve as quickly as possible, but we will not settle for an amount that is less than fair.

How Much Does a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Cost?

When you or a loved one has been injured, the last thing you need is another bill to pay or an expensive attorney. We take all medical malpractice cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you will not pay us until we recover compensation for you.

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