Hospitals may be held accountable for the negligent actions of their employees and agents. Hospital employees or agents may include physicians, nurses, technicians, aides and administrative personnel. The most common theory of liability against a hospital is based on the failure of nursing personnel to provide reasonable care to a patient. The patient may have a valid medical malpractice claim if the failure to provide reasonable care causes an injury to the patient.
With a rarely combined medical and legal education (from Brown University Medical School and the University of Florida College of Law), Michael Barszcz, M.D. J.D., has unique qualifications as an Orlando medical malpractice attorney . Mr. Barszcz represents clients in personal injury claims, accident and medical malpractice cases. In the past 24 years as a trial attorney, Mr. Barszcz has won multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts and has recovered more that $100 million dollars on behalf of his clients.