When doctors, hospitals, and all other medical or healthcare professionals fails to follow the accepted standards of care in their field of medicine and injure, permanently disable, or kill a patient, they are likely to be held responsible for medical malpractice.
There are many incidents of negligence that can be classified as medical malpractice:
Fortunately, the law affords protection to victims of medical malpractice, entitling them to financial compensation for medical care, any lost wages, pain and suffering, and possibly more, if they can prove the doctor or medical care provider acted in a negligent fashion. However, it can be very difficult for a victim to prove medical negligence. First, you must prove that a doctor-patient relationship existed. Second, you must prove that the doctor was in fact negligent. Third, you must prove that the medical professional's negligent actions caused them injuries. Finally, they must prove that their injuries led to them incurring damages, like pain, additional medical bills or lost income. The best way to address an act of medical malpractice and receive compensation under the law is to contact a skilled and experienced personal injury attorney who can help you take appropriate legal action.
Time is of the essence, so if you are interested in learning how you can take legal action against the person who negligently hurt you or a loved one, contact us at Marc A. Kaufman & Associates. Your initial consultation is free, and we will provide our legal services at no cost to you unless we are able to secure a settlement or jury verdict on your behalf. It is important that the personal injury attorney you hire has the experience to handle your case and the commitment to go to trial if and when it becomes necessary to try your case. Marc A. Kaufman & Associates has well over 30 years of experience representing victims of boating and cruise ship accidents in the state of Florida. We strive to maximize each client's recovery while providing exceptional and professional legal service.