Orlando Medical Malpractice Attorneys:
Making Medicine Safer For All Of Us
At David & Philpot, PL our Orlando medical malpractice attorneys have litigated a wide range of medical negligence cases for our clients. The lawyers at our firm understand the devastating effects of medical malpractice, and we are committed to holding responsible parties accountable for their actions. If you feel you have been the victim of a medical malpractice you should contact an attorney right away to learn about your rights.
Types of cases our Orlando medical malpractice attorneys handle
Heart attacks and other cardiovascular problems are one of the leading causes of death in the United States. Because of the high incidence of these problems, medical professionals and institutions are often guilty of medical malpractice in cases of cardiac medicine, whether it is misdiagnosis of a problem, poorly chosen medication, or untimely delivery of care.
Birth Defects and Obstetrics
Medical malpractice during delivery can result in birth defects and brain injury. Our lawyers are experienced at handling cases of obstetric medical malpractice. Common effects of this form of malpractice are cerebral palsy and Erb’s palsy, brain defects resulting from the deprivation of oxygen to the baby. Often, these effects could have been prevented by proper monitoring and care on the part of the obstetrics staff. In these cases, our Orlando, Florida birth injury attorneys may be able to help.
We have all heard of cases of medical malpractice in which a surgeon has amputated the wrong limb or performed the wrong surgery. However, more common cases of surgical error include inadequate attention to hygiene causing infection, misuse of anesthesia, or poor performance of a surgery. Because surgery is an invasive and risky choice, surgical error can result in debilitating injury, if not death. Our medical malpractice lawyers have handled numerous cases of surgical error, recovering substantial sums for injured clients and their families.
Failure to Diagnose
In many cases of disease, a timely diagnosis and treatment can prevent serious complications. Early detection of cancer is often the key to survival of the deadly disease. However, many cases of medical malpractice involve the misdiagnosis of cancer, which allows the disease to progress and the patient to suffer severe, if not deadly, effects. When a medical professional misdiagnoses cancer when the majority of doctors would have performed the correct diagnosis, they may be committing medical malpractice.
If you or a family member has suffered due to misdiagnosis, birth injury, nursing home abuse, or another form of medical negligence, our Orlando medical malpractice attorneys may be able to help. Fill out our case evaluation form for a free assessment of your case.