West Palm Beach, Florida Accident AttorneyFlorida medical malpractice appeals attorneys recognize that cases aren't necessarily over just because the trial is. Even with cases that end in pre-trial settlement, that may not always be the last word. The specific law in question (which our West Palm Beach wrongful Trial Attorney death lawyers can explain has been in place for nearly three decades) is F.S. 768.21 Its effect is that if a person dies as a result of suspected medical malpractice, there will be no recourse if the patient was unmarried, over the age of 25 or had no minor children.
When you decide to work with us, you'll be retaining a personal injury attorney who will work assiduously to safeguard your rights, intercept bill collectors and insurance company representatives, and secure the compensation you need to move forward with your life.
If you've suffered serious personal injury through no fault of your own, you know how stressful recovery can be. You watch medical bills pile up after you've been hospitalized, gone to physical rehab, or have had to make modifications to your home to accommodate your injuries.
In order to recover damages for medical malpractice, our attorneys will need to show that a physician's actions in diagnosing or treating you fell below the professional standard of care, and this deviation from the standard of care caused your injuries.
The Hollander Law Firm can represent accident victims in many South Florida cities, including Pembroke Pines, Hollywood, Miramar, Pompano Beach, Coral Springs, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Wellington, Deerfield Beach, and Coconut Creek, as well as other communities in Palm Beach and Broward Counties.
Our lawyers are extremely skilled in cases involving car accidents, trucking accidents, motorcycle accidents, DUI accidents, texting-and-driving accidents, slip and falls, wrongful death, nursing home abuse and neglect, AED use in public places, negligent security, and many other areas of negligence.
At Scott Smith Injury Law, our Palm Beach County & Treasure Coast personal injury lawyers help families recover fair compensation in the event of a wrongful death, with a thorough understanding of Florida wrongful death law and utmost sensitivity to our clients' grief.
At Romano Law Group, not only have our attorneys tried hundreds of cases to verdict, but attorney John Romano is a past president of the Florida Justice Association, a 3,800-member organization dedicated to strengthening and upholding Florida's civil justice system and protecting citizens' rights.