Florida Statute Chapter 766 governs the filing of medical malpractice claims. There is a precise procedure to be followed. First all medical records must be requested and obtained. There is a statute which requires the health care provider to deliver those medical records timely and within ten days of request or to suffer losing certain rights. Within the two year statute of limitations from date of negligence or discovery of negligence a formal “ Notice of Intent To Initiate Medical Malpractice Claim “ must be filed and there must be provided a similar health care provider’s affidavit that the at fault health care provider rendered care below the standard of care for similar physician. We have relied upon a network of physicians to accomplish this. A formal Complaint can then be filed after the initiation of this claim may then occur. Medical Malpractic claims are complex and require a particular knowhow to file and litigate to ensure the best possible outcome for the client. Our Miami medical negligence attorneys have handled a wide range of medical malpractice cases and are prepared to take your case to negotiations or to trial regardless of its complexity. We have a strong record of verdicts and negotiated settlements for medical malpractice cases involving:

Birth injuries
Surgical errors
Emergency room errors
OB­GYN errors
Pharmacy and medication administration errors
Failure to diagnose or misdiagnosis
Defective products
Nursing home negligence
If someone you love suffered injury or death because of the negligence of a doctor, nurse, surgeon, pharmacist or other
medical provider, call our law office or contact us online for a free consultation.

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