Has a medical malpractice accident left you with injuries, more medical bills, or even the death of a loved one? Has a medical professional caused you harm during the course of your treatment?
You may be eligible to receive compensation.
Call the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine at 1-800-747-3733 for a free review of your medical malpractice case today.
Causes of Medical Malpractice
Sometimes, victims of medical malpractice are not sure they have a case. This often results in people having to live the rest of their lives in pain or pay for increased medical bills and suffer from decreased health and major economic loss.
If you suffered harm after receiving medical treatment or surgery, or if your doctor’s negligence caused your medical condition to worsen, contact a medical malpractice lawyer in Weston.
There are many types of medical malpractice cases, including:
- Failure to diagnose a condition
- Misdiagnosing a condition
- Prescribing wrong medications or treatment plan
- Errors made during surgical operation
- Physically harming a patient during the course of care
- Failure to obtain informed consent
Liability for My Medical Malpractice Injuries
All medical professionals must provide their patients with a standard of care. Depending on your case, liable parties can include:
- Primary care physicians and other doctors who treated you
- Nurses and nurse practitioners
- Physical therapists
- Emergency medical technicians
Who do you think is responsible for your injuries or need for prolonged medical care?
Do you think you would have suffered your injuries under the proper care of a reasonable and competent doctor?
Call the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine at 1-800-747-3733 to discuss your legal options today.
What the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine Can Do for You
The Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine can serve you in several ways. As champions for victims of medical malpractice, we offer an array of services to our clients. Below are just a few examples of what our legal team can do for you.
Seek Expert Opinion
Medical malpractice cases require another medical professional’s statement validating the claim. A member of our legal team can help secure a statement from a medical expert. If warranted, this medical expert may testify on your behalf.
Our law firm can gather evidence for your case, possibly including:
- Witness statements
- Medical records
- Accident filings with the hospital or other administering entity
- Expert opinions and statements
- Photo or video evidence
- Insurance claims
In addition to seeking the compensation for which you are eligible, our legal team will keep you updated on the status of your case. We can return your phone calls, emails, and other inquiries in a timely fashion.
In addition, a member of our legal team will speak to other lawyers and insurance company representatives on your behalf. In some cases, we can negotiate for you as well.
Determine Liable Parties
Our legal team will review the details of your case and determine all liable parties, which may include the hospital, doctor, nursing staff, or other medical professionals and related parties.
Estimate Your Compensation
Using the circumstances of your case, the economic loss you face, your pain and suffering, and other factors, we will estimate a compensation package that accounts for all the damages you suffered.
Help Set Appointments
Because healing takes a lot of time, focus, and energy, our staff can help to schedule various medical appointments for you as they pertain to your case.
Reach out to the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine to see what other services our legal team can provide.
Recoverable Damages for Medical Malpractice
There are several damages for which you can recover damages in a medical malpractice case.
The items listed below are examples of what medical malpractice victims may recover:
- Lost wages
- Medical bills
- Adjustments to the home
- Loss of ability to earn wages in the future
- Impaired quality of life
- Pain and suffering
- Wrongful death
What were the conditions of your medical malpractice accident? Are you suffering due to a medical procedure gone wrong or from receiving improper care?
Speak with a personal injury attorney from the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine to discuss the nature of your case today.
Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations
If you have a medical malpractice case and want to seek damages for your injuries, the death of a loved one, pain and suffering, or other recoverable damages, you must file a lawsuit against the liable party or parties.
However, the Florida Statute of Limitations dictates how long after an accident a victim may legally file a lawsuit.
As such, you must file a lawsuit within two years of:
- The medical malpractice accident date
- The date you found out about the malpractice
- The date your loved one passed away from his or her related injuries
Failure to file a lawsuit within the given time constraints may result in the dismissal of your case, effectively waiving your rights to seek compensation.
Are you the victim of a medical malpractice case? Call the Law Firm of Anidjar & Levine today to discuss the nature of your accident.
Seek Help for Your Medical Malpractice Case
Are you looking for legal representation to seek compensation for your injuries and damages due to your medical malpractice case?
A medical malpractice lawyer from our legal team can guide you through the legal process.
Do not wait any longer. Your time to seek compensation for your medical malpractice accident is running out. Let us handle your case while you focus on getting better.