Florida Medical Malpractice Lawyers Handling Laboratory Error Cases
Laboratories are supposed to be efficient places that process specimens quickly and accurately. Sometimes though, mistakes happen and laboratory errors can result in severe injuries to patients, or even death.
If this has happened to you or a loved one, it is not always easy to figure out how the laboratory error occurred, who is responsible and how to prove the error caused your exact injuries. You should consult with an experienced medical malpractice attorney who is not only familiar with the different types of laboratory errors, but also with how to connect these factors to prove negligence that will lead to a successful claim for compensation.
Freidin, Dobrinsky, Brown & Rosenblum P.A. has been helping people throughout Florida who have been harmed as a result of laboratory errors since we were founded. Our medical malpractice lawsuit team is adept when it comes to helping victims of laboratory errors recover maximum compensation for their injuries. Contact any of our three offices today to schedule your free consultation to see how we can help you.
Our lawyers handle all types of laboratory error cases such as:
- Switched specimens leading to an incorrect diagnosis and treatment
- Negligent record keeping, mislabeled samples
- Mixed-up blood samples resulting in the wrong analysis and the wrong remedy being prescribed
- Tainted samples leading to an inaccurate diagnosis
- Using outdated or inappropriate testing procedures that lead to errors such as false positives or failure to diagnose the correct ailment
- Failing to maintain a proper blood supply
- Laboratory specimen labeling errors
Our firm also handles laboratory error cases involving:
- Blood testing
- Radiological testing
- Genetic testing, including DNA
No matter what type of laboratory error or lab mistake led to your injury, we will help you research and recover every type of evidence to establish your medical malpractice claim. We know these types of lawsuits can be complex and that is why we pride ourselves on our detailed approach to not only collecting proof, but also to structuring a successful strategy that will hopefully convince the opposing side as well as the judge and jury at trial to award you a fair and equitable amount for your injuries or wrongful death action.
We are here to focus on your legal needs so you can focus on your recovery or attending to your family after losing a loved one. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation at any of our three offices.
Additional Medical Malpractice Information
If you believe that a doctor, nurse, or other medical professionall made a mistake that caused injury to you or your loved one, then these additional medical malpractice resources may be helpful to you: