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When Does “Ordinary Negligence” Become “Medical Negligence”?

It can sometimes be difficult to distinguish medical negligence from ordinary negligence cases. Health care providers exploit this confusion by trying to improperly classify the latter as the former. Florida law protects doctors and hospitals by making injured patients jump through more regulatory hoops just to bring a malpractice claim. Court Finds Transport Injury Is Read More

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Is Your Florida Doctor “Going Bare”?

Suing a doctor for medical malpractice in Florida is never easy. And even if you manage to convince a judge or jury that your injuries were caused by a health care provider’s negligence, you may find yourself unable to collect on a damage award. A key reason for this is many Florida doctors do not Read More

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How Can I Learn About a Florida Doctor’s Malpractice History?

One of the many problems faced by victims of medical negligence in Florida is the lack of publicly available information about past physician disciplinary actions. Congress has established a federal database to record “information on medical negligence payments and certain adverse actions related to health care practitioners.” But this database, known as the National Practitioner Read More

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Florida Judge Awards Air Force Veteran $500,000 Due to VA Malpractice

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is one of the largest health care providers in the country. Unfortunately, the VA often fails in its mandate to provide medical care for those who have honorably served their country. Medical negligence is rampant at the VA, according to a 2015 report from the department’s own inspector general, Read More

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