Tampa Medical Malpractice Attorney
A Tampa Bay doctor or any other health professional is supposed to provide you quality care that improves the conditions that have been diagnosed. When they don’t diagnose troubling conditions or mistreat you, that could leave you maimed or disabled and wondering where to turn next.
While they have years of training, doctors are human and not infallible. A competent medical malpractice attorney can help you receive damages that can help limit the impact of an undiagnosed or poorly treated condition from continuing to affect your way of life. They can also help you understand what medical malpractice is, and what is just an unfortunate result of you or a loved one’s reactions to various diseases.
You don’t need to worry that you’re attacking the doctor or health care facility and that the funds will come out of their pocket, a common misconception. Doctors, surgeons, anesthetists and other medical providers carry medical malpractice insurance: at our firm we go after the insurance money so that you can have peace of mind, not the doctor’s own money.
Part of what this blog will offer is an understanding of what standards of care are for various conditions. Other more specific sections will deal with the potentially traumatic spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries. I understand that not everyone is a medical expert, but I hope that in providing you information about various cases, you can begin to grasp what doctors should and shouldn’t do in generalized situations.
The other aspect of medical malpractice is obtaining evidence. Obviously if you are in a hospital bed, your first concern is getting better and that’s to be expected. But I will also point out cases and instances where you can obtain evidence and how it could affect the outcome of your case in Florida.