Tampa Medical Malpractice Lawyers
Injured by Medical Malpractice? We’ll Advocate for You!
Health care professionals have a duty to treat patients with a level of care on par with medical industry standards. When they fail to fulfill this duty, they can be held liable for any injuries—even lifelong disabilities—that result. With the help of a lawyer, you could recover compensation for your pain and suffering, medical bills, disability accommodations, and lost wages, among other damages, by filing a civil lawsuit against that health care professional and/or the hospital or clinic where they work.
Backed by more than 80 years of collective experience, Michles & Booth’s medical malpractice attorney team has brought numerous cases to noteworthy conclusions:
- $26.2 million verdict achieved for a diabetes drug case, which spurred the defense to reach a favorable, confidential settlement with the plaintiffs;
- $750,000 verdict won for the victim of an unnecessary gynecologic surgery that led to serious complications; and
- $480,000 verdict won for the victim of a botched cataract surgery.
No matter whether you have been harmed by a negligent doctor, nurse, caretaker, anesthesiologist, OB/GYN, surgeon, chiropractor, or the like, our skilled trial lawyers are ready to fight for your rights. There are no fees unless we win, so don’t wait to get started. The sooner you begin, the stronger chance you will have at achieving a favorable outcome for your case!
Contact Michles & Booth online to schedule your free consultation with a Tampa medical malpractice attorney. No case is too big or too small for our team.
What Is and Isn’t Medical Malpractice
Medical malpractice is defined as when a medical professional commits any action or inaction that both deviates from medical industry standards and results in injury to the patient. Unfavorable results are not, however, always a result of medical malpractice. It is possible for a health condition to persist or take a turn for the worse even when the attending medical professional has done everything right.
The most common types of medical malpractice include but are not limited to:
- Ordering the incorrect test(s)
- Misinterpreting lab and test results
- Misreading X-rays and ultrasounds
- Anesthesia errors
- Surgical errors
- Prescription errors
- Failing to listen to a patient’s self-reported symptoms
- Failing to consider a patient’s medical history
While many hospitals and clinics attempt to cover up medical malpractice, an attorney can assist you in uncovering the truth.
How a Medical Malpractice Attorney Can Help
At Michles & Booth, our attorneys have helped countless Tampa residents recover their full compensation after medical malpractice causes them injury. We have a board-certified medical doctor on staff to assist in investigating your case and, if needed, to testify on your behalf. In-house investigators also serve on our legal team to ensure that no stone is left unturned when reviewing and compiling your case.
If you work with our premier Tampa practice, we will handle all the legal red tape on your behalf, making sure to keep you informed along the way. We know full well that legal action is about more than money, it is about holding those at fault for your injuries accountable and obtaining the financial support you need to move on. You can rest assured that our trial lawyers will fight tooth and nail for you and your rights.
Call (813) 981-7780 today to speak with a Tampa medical malpractice lawyer. We are available 24/7 to take your call.
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No Case Is Too Big or Too Small
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