Boca Raton, FL – (NewMediaWire) – September 6, 2022 – Medical malpractice happens when a medical provider’s conduct causes a patient minor/severe physical, mental, or emotional harm. Under Florida statutes, the prevailing professional standard for healthcare providers requires them to offer the level of care, skill, and treatment recognized/acceptable by reasonably prudent providers. Because of the uniqueness of everyone’s biological makeup, people react to treatment differently. Medical providers try to diagnose and treat a condition to the best of their ability. However, with grey areas in medicine, patients experience side effects, complications, and bad outcomes even with appropriate diagnoses/care. When a victim brings a medical malpractice suit to courts in Florida, they have the burden of proof. It’s up to them to demonstrate the standard of care a provider deviated from that resulted in the victim’s injuries.
Medical malpractice claims are challenging since assigning blame to a medical practitioner is difficult. Florida has specific claim processes medical negligence victims have to follow to know if they can sue and the number of damages they may receive. If a step in the process is missed or miscalculated, it costs the victim time, money, and energy, especially if they have a long recovery process. While medical malpractice law seems complicated, Grossman Attorneys at Law are passionate about building claims against national corporations, insurance companies, or third parties.
To pursue a claim, the firm’s malpractice attorneys prove that the victim had a provider-patient relationship, the provider owed a duty of care, and the victim suffered an injury from the provider’s negligence. They discover the direct causation of a medical injury, file a notice of medical malpractice appropriately, investigate pieces of evidence, and identify potential defendants. Once they know who’s liable, they notify each party through certified mail and wait for 90 days before filing so the defendants can make a settlement offer or ask for mediation/arbitration.
Grossman Attorneys at Law works closely with the victim, medical providers, and employer(s) to document their economic losses and expenses. With a clear picture, they can pursue damages for past/future medical bills, loss of earning capacity, property loss/damage, and past/future wage loss. Depending on the severity of the victim’s injuries, the attorneys may also demand pain and suffering, mental anguish, inconvenience, physical impairment, loss of enjoyment of life, disfigurement, and other non-economic damages. If medical negligence caused the death of a parent, spouse, or child, the survivors can pursue a wrongful death claim at the law firm. The attorneys fight for lost support/services, medical/funeral expenses, mental trauma, loss of parental guidance, and loss of a loved one’s companionship.
The medical malpractice firm handles litigation for delayed diagnoses, anesthesia errors, pharmacy errors, pregnancy/birth errors, surgical errors, and healthcare-acquired infections. The attorneys represent families who’ve lost a family member to suicide after they received inadequate care and victims of nursing home abuse/neglect. Check out their website to learn more about their Boca Raton office.
The Grossman difference is in the details. The firm focuses on medical malpractice law and insurance disputes, offering extensive resources for injured victims. The team’s commitment to clients doesn’t end with injury cases. They’re known for caring for victims, family members, and the bereaved. Each of the lawyers is a skilled and experienced negotiator/litigator who never recommends settling the case. Additionally, their medical library is extensive, and they subscribe to cutting-edge services that allow them to research unusual medical conditions or potential expert witnesses.
“When you call our firm, you will receive a call back from a lawyer, and you will always deal directly with a team consisting of a paralegal and an attorney. Our team approach means that your case’s needs are always covered, and you are always informed of all developments.” Company Representative.
To schedule a free consultation, call 561-621-4548 to speak with one of the attorneys. Grossman Attorneys at Law is located at 1098 NW Boca Raton Blvd, Boca Raton, Florida, 33432, US.