Cardiac doctors are entrusted to provide patients with the highest care of one of the body’s most important organs, the heart. Cardiac malpractice occurs when a cardiologist or those under his supervision have mistreated or misdiagnosed a patient. As care for the heart is naturally stressful, injuries caused by cardiac malpractice can have both a serious physical and emotional impact on the victim. These injuries can also impact the financial situation of those affected by the malpractice.
Fortunately, Florida law allows victims to be compensated for their injuries and losses caused by the cardiologist’s negligence. The best way to maximize your chances of recovery is to retain the services experienced Clearwater cardiac malpractice attorney Paul B. Genet as soon as possible after your injury.
After a suffering an injury due to cardiac malpractice, there are many lengthy and complex legal and administrative undertakings that must be completed to ensure that a victim is compensated for his or her injuries. By hiring one of our lawyers to represent you, you can be sure that these tasks are being properly handled, thereby allowing you to focus on recovering from such a traumatic event.
Paul B Genet will act as your representative between you and all other parties involved, including the cardiologist and their employer, if applicable. We will conduct a detailed investigation and analysis of the circumstances of your injuries in order to determine the full extent of negligence that caused your injuries and to gather evidence to prove your claims. Some of the more common factors that lead to injuries caused by cardiac negligence include:
Florida law allows the victims of negligence to recover for a wide variety of economic and noneconomic damages. Some of the types of damages for which you may be able to recover include the following:
We will evaluate all of your losses to determine the potential value of your medical malpractice case.
If you or a loved one has suffered injuries as a result of a cardiologist’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. We handle all of our cardiac malpractice cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you will not pay us anything unless you receive compensation. When you do, our fee will be a percentage of your settlement or award, so at no point will you have to pay us directly or cover any out of pocket costs. To schedule a free consultation medical malpractice lawyer Paul B. Genet, please fill out the case evaluation form available at the top or call our office today at 727-510-8802.
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