Falling victim to medical malpractice is a painful and traumatic experience. Patients rightly put a large amount of trust in doctors, and when that trust is violated, the results can be permanently damaging. Proving medical negligence, or medical malpractice can be difficult. Doctors can try to justify their actions with plausible excuses, and juries trust doctors as much as patients do. It takes an experienced lawyer with medical knowledge to see the errors in a doctor’s testimony and demonstrate them to a jury. The Law Offices of Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D., in Orlando, Florida, pride themselves on the quality and skill of their medical malpractice case history.
The key characteristics you should look for in a medical malpractice attorney are medical expertise, experience, verdict settlements, and individual care and attention. Most importantly, to establish medical malpractice, you must prove that a health care provider deviated from professional health standards. To prove this, expert medical testimony must be given. Having a lawyer intimate with medical practices and standards is crucial and can mean the difference between winning and losing a case.
Medical malpractice suits are complicated, complex cases and require lawyers with extensive experience. Particularly given the range of injuries that can be sustained as a result of medical errors, hiring a lawyer who has dealt with these types of cases and the medical community is key. Shouldn’t you demand a lawyer with experience in all of these types of medical malpractice or negligence cases, a lawyer who has a proven track record of winning medical malpractice verdicts and settlements.
Finally, there should be a personal connection between client and lawyer, not between client and paralegal or client and assistant.
If you or a loved one are in the Orlando, Florida area and have been a victim of medical malpractice, you need a team of experts on your side. Please contact the Law Offices of Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D., to find out answers to your medical malpractice questions.