Medical Malpractice Frequently Asked Questions
Who may be responsible for committing medical malpractice?
Many different health care providers may deviate from the standard of medical care in South Florida and commit malpractice. These include doctors, nurses, hospitals, obstetricians, delivery teams, emergency room nurses, dentists, dental hygienists and other medical care professionals.
Is medical malpractice common in Florida?
Where do medical malpractice incidents most commonly occur?
What kind of lawyer should you consult if you suspect you are a victim of medical malpractice?
What should I do if I suspect a case of medical malpractice?
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