Monthly Archives: June 2017
The Statute of Limitations for Medical Malpractice Claims
Every type of lawsuit (both civil and criminal) is governed by time period deadline by which a lawsuit must be filed, known as the statute of limitations. These statutes of limitations are codified within each state’s statutes and serve to establish the length of time or deadline for a plaintiff to file a lawsuit… Read More »
Should I Settle My Medical Malpractice Case with the Hospital or Doctor?
Florida hospitals and medical professionals alike know that incidents of medical malpractice can be bad for business. If the details of a botched surgery or a serious misdiagnosis become public through news reports or court proceedings, both hospitals and doctors know that their reputations and future business can be negatively impacted. As a result,… Read More »
Do I Need Emergency Medical Care After My Florida Car Wreck?
No two car wrecks in Florida are precisely the same: even two distinct wrecks involving the same cars on the same roadway that collide at the same speed will not produce the same injuries for the drivers and passengers involved. For this reason, it can be difficult to know what steps you need to… Read More »