We all rely on doctors, nurses, hospitals and clinics to take care of us and our loved ones when we are sick and to help us stay well. When malpractice occurs, our lives are on the line. Yet, malpractice is widespread. Medical errors are the third-leading cause of death in America, behind only heart disease and cancer. Between 210,000 and 400,000 hospital patients each year will suffer some type of preventable harm that contributes to their death.
The medical establishment has responded by erecting some very strong walls to prevent patients from questioning their methods and to protect themselves from liability when mistakes occur. If you or a loved one has suffered from medical negligence, you need a Tallahassee attorney with experience breaching those walls.
At Hinkle Law, we take on the most complex medical malpractice cases because we understand what you have at stake. We have the reputation for resolving these cases successfully. Other Florida lawyers frequently refer their medical malpractice cases to us because they know we will serve their clients well.
Our firm accepts medical malpractice cases involving these and other issues:
As soon you discover medical negligence has occurred, you are up against those impenetrable walls. Doctors can be very defensive. Hospital administrators will alternate between being your best friends and working behind the scenes to obstruct your claim and work against you. Don’t represent yourself; get experienced lawyers to guide you through the system.
We are thorough when we research your case, reviewing all of your medical records and consulting with medical professionals as to how and where the malpractice occurred. All of our cases are prepared for trial so we have the best position to negotiate a settlement. We are aggressive in our pursuit of compensation on your behalf because we know how serious your situation is and we want to help.
Call us at 850-205-2055 or contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation regarding medical negligence. All cases are taken on a contingency basis, so you pay nothing unless your case is successfully resolved.
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