The Florida legislature has gone to great lengths to protect doctors, hospitals and other health care providers, even when they are negligent and cause great harm to patients. Tort reform has made it very challenging for medical malpractice victims to obtain the compensation they need to cover medical expenses, replace lost wages and acknowledge pain and suffering. Nonetheless, when negligence occurs in a medical setting and the result is serious injury or death, it is important to talk to an attorney. Discuss your experience with an injury occurring in the context of medical care. Contact us at the King Law Firm to schedule a free consultation regarding any of the following:
- Infection resulting from a surgical error or hospital negligence
- A hypoxic brain injury resulting from an intubation error in an emergency room (ER) or during surgery
- Cerebral palsy resulting from a preventable birth injury
- Serious harm or death when a surgeon operated on the wrong body part or left a surgical instrument in the body
- Serious harm or death resulting from a medication error
- Serious injury or death caused by a defective medical device
Our years of experience as personal injury lawyers has given us skills for evaluating potential claims and lawsuit, including medical malpractice cases. Many potential clients appreciate the time and effort that we devote to listening to their stories, evaluating evidence and explaining the process involved in seeking compensation. Our law firm is equipped to handle certain types of medical malpractice cases from beginning to end. In other cases, we realize that other law firms are better equipped, and we refer clients to hand-picked attorneys with no additional cost. We encourage any Florida resident who may have been a victim of medical malpractice to contact the King Law Firm.
Ocala Medical Malpractice Law Firm Serving Lake County · Hospital and Doctor Negligence · Attorneys Offer Free Consultations
Schedule a no-obligation case evaluation by a lawyer from the King Law Firm by calling or e-mailing our law offices after you or a family member has suffered harm in a medical care environment. An Ocala medical malpractice attorney can visit you in your home or hospital room if necessary. There is no charge to pay for an initial consultation. If we represent you, we will do so on a contingency basis. You will not owe attorneys' fees until and unless you obtain compensation through an attorney's efforts.