Demand Justice with a Tampa Medical Malpractice Lawyer
Personal injury attorney Armando Edmiston can hold them accountable
If you or a loved one have been harmed by a doctor, nurse, specialist or any other licensed medical professional, let Tampa medical malpractice lawyer Armando Edmiston be your voice for justice and demand fair compensation for your damages. Armando Personal Injury Law has recovered millions for clients in Tampa and all across Florida. See how an experienced Tampa medical malpractice attorney can help you. Contact us today for your free case evaluation.
You trust doctors, physicians, nurses and other medical professionals to provide appropriate treatment and care when you need it the most. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen – and the consequences can be devastating.
Medical malpractice lawsuits involve a medical professional acting with negligence and causing harm to a patient they’re supposed to caring for. Hospitals, urgent care centers and any other medical center can also be sued for medical malpractice if their failure as an institution resulted in a patient being harmed.
Common examples of medical malpractice include:
- Birth injuries
- Incorrect diagnosis
- Errors during surgery
- Postoperative complications (e.g., prolonged recovery, sepsis, infection)
- Medication errors
- Errors made while administering anesthesia
- Mistakes that result in an allergic reaction
- Failure to appropriately disclose any potential complications
If you were harmed or a loved one was killed due the negligent actions of a medical professional, it’s critical to protect your rights and keep your legal options open. You may be entitled to a significant financial recovery, including compensation for:
- Medical Expenses
- Lost Wages
- Loss of Earning Capacity
- Replacement Services
- Pain and Suffering
- Emotional Distress/Mental Anguish
- Punitive Damages
- Wrongful Death (e.g., funeral expenses, burial costs, loss of future earnings, loss of companionship)
One of the most effective ways to discover how much your claim might be worth is to schedule a free consultation with our law firm. Tampa medical malpractice lawyer Armando Edmiston will meet with you wherever it’s convenient (e.g., your hospital room), listen to you explain what happened, discuss your legal options, answer your questions, and help you figure out what steps to take next so you can move forward.
Do I have a case for medical malpractice?
Keep in mind that there is a very big difference between medical malpractice and simply being unhappy with a bad result following your treatment and care. To have a successful medical malpractice case, you must prove that you or a loved one suffered harm due the negligent or intentional actions of a medical professional or institution.
If you want to know for sure whether or not you have a case for medical malpractice, contact our law firm right away. We offer free consultations to our potential clients, so it will cost you nothing to see if you have a case.
Take strong legal action with a Tampa medical malpractice lawyer
When you’ve been injured or otherwise harmed by a medical professional due to negligence, it’s critical to move fast so that you don’t lose out on the compensation you’re entitled to. In most cases, you have two years from the date you were harmed to file a medical malpractice lawsuit. If you don’t take legal action within this statute of limitations, your case will automatically be dismissed – though there are some exceptions.
Don’t miss out on your opportunity for justice. Tampa medical malpractice lawyer Armando Edmiston will work tirelessly to build a strong case on your behalf that holds the negligent medical professional accountable to get you maximum compensation. Remember, our clients are family and we approach your problems like they’re our problems.
Best of all, we represent our clients on a contingency fee basis. In other words, you pay nothing unless we win. It’s that easy. Find out what an experienced Tampa medical malpractice attorney can do for you. Contact us today for your free case evaluation.