Was a surgical instrument left in your body ?
Did your loved one fail to wake after surgery due to an anesthesia overdose ?
Did the doctor fail to diagnose cancer ?
What South Florida Victims of Medical Malpractice Need to Know.

Florida medical malpractice occurs when hospitals, doctors, nurses and other health care professionals fail to act reasonably or deviate from a reasonable standard of care that a similar medical professional would exercise under the same circumstances, causing serious personal injury or wrongful death to a patient. These professionals have a duty to safely and correctly treat patients, keeping the best interest of the patient in mind. When doctors and nurses fail to listen to their patients, the consequences can be fatal. It is critical for doctors to take a complete medical history from a patient if they want to have a correct diagnosis. Failing to listen can lead to a Florida wrongful death or very serious personal injury to a patient, including:

If a South Florida medical malpractice attorney with the South Florida Personal Injury Center can prove that a negligent doctor, nurse, and/or other healthcare provider has committed Florida medical malpractice we believe they should be held accountable for the lifelong, avoidable harm they inflicted on their patients and their families.

In order to prove Florida medical malpractice, the injured person needs to prove that the care received did not meet the “standard of care” for medical professionals under similar circumstances. The injured person must then prove that had the standard of care been followed, the patient would not have suffered the injuries.

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Attorney Virginia Drogo, an experienced South Florida serious injury lawyer, represents injured victims of South Florida in the cities of Hollywood, Naples, Miami, Miami Gardens, North Miami Beach, South Miami Heights, Del Ray, Lake Worth, Boynton Beach, Margate, Coral Springs, Pompano Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Tamarac, Sunrise, Davie, Cooper City, Pembroke Pines, Miramar, Hialeah, Leisure City, Kendall, Kendall Lakes, Homestead, Pinecrest, and Princeton.