How long does it take to resolve a medical malpractice lawsuit?
A medical malpractice claim may take months or years to finally resolve by way of settlement or verdict. Each case is different and fact specific. The cases are usually expensive, contested and involve highly educated expert witnesses on both sides.
What types of situations would warrant filing a medical malpractice lawsuit?
Various factual circumstances may support a claim for medical malpractice. Some common examples of medical malpractice are based on the following:
- Wrongful death
- Brain injury to infants, children and adults
- Birth injuries to children and mother during labor and delivery
- Failure to perform timely c-section
- Delay in diagnosis of cancer (i.e. cervical, uterine, colon, prostate, skin) neurological injury/paralysis
- Surgical negligence
- Nursing negligence
- Hospital negligence
- Emergency room negligence
- Failure to prevent heart attack or stroke
- Misdiagnosis and failure to properly treat infections
- Medication errors resulting in injury
- Anesthesia negligence
Why do you need a medical malpractice lawyer?
The laws that govern medical malpractice cases are specific, detailed and constantly evolving. Therefore, you should consider retaining a highly experienced attorney to represent you in any medical malpractice claim.
Very few Florida attorneys have nearly 25 years of experience in successfully representing clients in medical malpractice cases. Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D., has a medical degree from Brown University Medical School and a law degree from the University of Florida College of Law. Mr. Barszcz has obtained many multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements in personal injury, vehicle accident, medical malpractice, wrongful death, and most other personal injury claims. He has recovered more than $100 million dollars for his clients.
The lawyers at the Law Offices of Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D., strive to serve each person with the professionalism that they would expect to receive as a client. Mr. Barszcz originally created, and continues to maintain, a small law firm to establish close, professional relationships with each client. Mr. Barszcz and his staff are dedicated to honestly, diligently and aggressively protecting the interests of injured people and their families.
To learn more about medical malpractice and your rights, please contact our medical malpractice attorney at the Law Offices of Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D. We represent clients throughout Florida and in the Orlando, Florida area.